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Balderton Village Day Nursery children had exciting visit from Nottinghamshire Police officers




Nursery children had an exciting visit from the police.

Rachel Yarnell, pre-school leader at Balderton Village Day Nursery, said the children were fascinated by the officers’ visit.

Loki Temple, 2, and Olivia Yarnell, 1, with staff member Abbie Dove join police by the van on their special visit. (40908275)
Loki Temple, 2, and Olivia Yarnell, 1, with staff member Abbie Dove join police by the van on their special visit. (40908275)

“They were able to sit in the driver’s seat and use the siren,” Rachel said.

“We all took turns to stand in the cell at the back of the vehicle as well as trying on the police hats and jackets to see if they fit.

Aria Roberts, 4, and Olive Farrands, 3, trying out the blues and twos. (40908080)
Aria Roberts, 4, and Olive Farrands, 3, trying out the blues and twos. (40908080)

“We love to organise these visits for the children every year.

Mia Harland, 4, testing out the secure holding cell in the back of the van. (40907700)
Mia Harland, 4, testing out the secure holding cell in the back of the van. (40907700)

“This year we have found it difficult but we were very lucky to get a visit from the police.

James van Winden, 3, trying on a police hat for size. (40907452)
James van Winden, 3, trying on a police hat for size. (40907452)

“All of the children were able to listen to the officers in the safety of their bubbles.

“We had great fun.”



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