Hats off to schoolchildren’s Easter bonnets

PUBLISHED: 09:51 01 April 2012

The children at the school getting into the spirit.

The children at the school getting into the spirit.


EASTER came early for kids at a Crow country pre-school.

The youngsters at Chrishall Pre-School took part in a special Easter Bonnet competition which featured some cracking designs including Easter eggs.

Supervisor Angela Everett said: “We were delighted that so many our pre-schoolers entered into the spirit of Easter and were very inventive with their designs, colours, shapes and materials.

“Our invited guest judges had a hard decision to choose a winner.”


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