Nursery helps to continue Olympics legacy
THE Bell Day nursery is helping the Olympic legacy ... by producing Team GB’s potential gold medal winners of the future.
The nursery held a mini Olympics with the children competing in running, egg and spoon, push chair and scooter races.
Sam Wilmott and Dan King from Just Gym went along to help out and presented the children with their medals, which, from the smiles on their faces, the children were all very proud of.
The children were also treated to a special visit from Clare Thompson, one of Saffron Walden’s Olympic torchbearers, and learnt about the significance and symbolism of the torch.
The nursery cares for children from three months to school age in full or half day sessions, Monday to Friday.
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For details, visit belldaynursery.co.uk
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