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Egg-citing time for Dickleburgh pre-school

18:05 11 April 2012

Egg-citing Easter Fun at Dickleburgh Pre-School

Egg-citing Easter Fun at Dickleburgh Pre-School

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An Easter craft afternoon was held at Dickleburgh pre-school on March 22. There were many Easter crafts including making Easter cards, decorating Easter biscuits and making chicks and bunnies. There was also a Tombola, cake stall and children’s book stalls.

The Easter bonnet parade was the highlight of the afternoon. Approximately £200 was raised for the pre-school.

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