Egg-cellent efforts to mark Easter

By Rob George 06/04 Updated: 10/04 14:42

Buy photos » Easter chick gets fed easter eggs by Matthew Wood and Viya Patel. Photo by Marcus Mingins. 1412039MMR

YOUNGSTERS across Droitwich enjoyed some egg-citing events to celebrate the Easter weekend.

Pupils at St Peter’s CE First School showcased their creativity with some wonderful Easter Bonnet creations.

Headteacher Tracey O’Keefe-Pullen said: “This was a delightful way to end our spring term.

“The school was alive with colour and I am very impressed with the children’s creative ideas.”

Meanwhile youngsters at Droitwich Spa Nursery and Kindergarten learned all about Easter with a packed week of activities.

The undoubted highlight was a visit from the Easter chick who was welcomed to the Worcester Road nursery with Easter eggs from the children.

Buy photos» Youngsters from St Peter’s CE First School celebrate Easter. Picture by Nick Hands. 1412018NHR

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