Santas, elfs and angels raise money for vulnerable children (From East London and West Essex Guardian Series)
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Nursery children sing carols for charity
Nursery children sung carols to raise money for vulnerable babies.
Busy Bees in Larkswood Leisure Park, Chingford, held Thursday’s event in aid of Bliss, a charity which looks after babies needing specialist care at birth.
The children, aged two to four, were dressed as Christmas trees, Christmas puddings, Santas, elfs and angels.
The event raised about £300 and the nursery has collected £1,300 for the charity this year.
Fiona Gaffney, corporate partnerships officer at Bliss, said: “We are thrilled that Busy Bees have been raising money for us all year and doing lots of fun things to support us.
“It will help a great deal for children who are born too soon, too small or too sick.”
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