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Woodton nursery children enjoy some fun on the farm

PUBLISHED: 06:40 10 November 2014

Children from Stepping Stones Nursery School in Woodton visiting the farm in Stow Bardolph.

Children from Stepping Stones Nursery School in Woodton visiting the farm in Stow Bardolph.

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Children from Stepping Stones Nursery School in Woodton have spent the day at a rare breeds farm in Stow Bardolph, near Downham Market.

Children from Stepping Stones Nursery School in Woodton visiting the farm in Stow Bardolph.Children from Stepping Stones Nursery School in Woodton visiting the farm in Stow Bardolph.

They got the chance to meet the horses, goats, donkeys and guinea pigs, and particularly enjoyed the pig den. In the afternoon they participated in a nature walk, searched for the homes of the Three Little Pigs in the woods and enjoyed a tractor ride. Manager Kim Harper said a fantastic time was had by all.


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