Bumper harvest at nursery

By Rob George Friday 19 October 2012 Updated: 24/10 16:25

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CARING youngsters at Droitwich Spa Nursery and Kindergarten learned more about the Autumn harvest with a series of activities.

Little learners at the Worcester Road nursery, also known as The Hollies, made a harvest parcel of old fashioned cooked breads.

And the week was topped off in style when they paid a visit to the nearby Dorset House residential home to sing harvest songs

to residents.

Nursery manager Pam Kasperczyk said: “It’s been a lovely time for the children who all enjoyed learning more about harvest-time.”

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