Windmill Hill tots dress up as princesses and pirates for charity fun event

Runcorn tots raise funds for severely disabled children

Cody Cank and James McCoy

Pirate Ethan Baines

Tots enjoy a princess and pirates charity fun day

Lorna Boardman and Mandie Doyle with Mollie Fox and Reggie Rowlands

First published in News Runcorn and Widnes World: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

TOTS enjoyed an exciting adventure at Windmill Hill Nursery in Runcorn to help disabled children.

Pupils and staff dressed up as princesses and pirates for a fun-filled charity event.

They raised more than £40 for Crackerjacks Children’s Trust, which helps children with severe disability, by providing support, respite care and specialist equipment.

Angela Wheatcroft, deputy manager of Windmill Hill Nursery in Norton Hill, said: “We wanted to do something to support the wonderful work that this charity does.

“Our children absolutely loved it. We told them that the pirates had taken all the treasure and the princesses had to hunt to find their jewellery and coins, hidden in little treasure chests.

“They had a party afterwards. It was a lovely day.”

Nine staff look after 52 children a day in morning and afternoon sessions.

 

 

 

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