Children at Big Sky Nursery take part in Easter egg hunt
- Credit: ECCH
Youngsters at Big Sky Nursery in Beccles had a cracking time when the Easter bunny paid them a visit.
Last weekend an Easter egg hunt took place at the nursery, with paw prints leading a trail to chocolate treats hidden around their outside play area which has just had a new reading garden and muddy play area added.
A statement on behalf of the nursery said: “The children thoroughly enjoyed their egg-cellent exploration and eating the eggs they found. The eggs were donated to the nursery by The Co-operative Funeral Care in Beccles.”
Big Sky Nurseries is a subsidiary of East Coast Community Healthcare (ECCH), the social enterprise which provides NHS community health services across both Norfolk and Suffolk.
The nursery which is based on Station Road, was officially opened back on October 31 by the mayor of Beccles, Graham Catchpole.
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For more information on the nursery then visit http://www.bigskynurseries.co.uk/contact-us/
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