Youngsters get creative with Easter artwork
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Children at Worlingham Pre-School celebrated the start of the Easter holidays by getting creative in the classroom.
Armed with colouring pencils and felt tip pens, the children aged two to four years had lots of fun with an Easter colouring competition, decorating drawings of the Easter Bunny, eggs and flowers.
And they even spent time colouring at home, producing colourful and imaginative art work.
Louisa Tink, fundraising officer on the pre-school committee, organised the competition and asked local artist Nina Roffey to judge the artwork.
The competition was won by Ruby Foster, who was treated to a Cadbury Easter egg.
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