Fruitful day out for Therfield youngsters

08:39 13 July 2014

Pre-school children and families with our huge amount of strawberries.

Pre-school children and families with our huge amount of strawberries.

Pre-school children enjoyed a day down on the farm on Friday.

The youngsters from Therfield pre-school visited Bury Lane fruit farm near Melbourn, accompanied by a group of parents and grandparents.

Leader Tina Downing said: “We enjoyed a visit to the chickens, strawberry picking – and nibbling – then an extended play in the play barn followed by a packed lunch in their party room.

“We would like to thank Bury Lane for their generosity in providing us a morning that was loved by all of the children, with lots of fresh air followed by physical play which gave the parents a peaceful afternoon.”

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