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Newark: Children and staff at Cherubs Edwinstowe get busy thinking of other in run-up to Christmas





Children and staff at a nursery have been busy thinking of others in the run-up to Christmas.

Cherubs Edwinstowe took part in a community clean-up, and also drew pictures for residents of a nearby nursing home.

The children have been learning about taking care of the earth and how to lessen their impact on it, thinking about recycling and the impact rubbish has on the environment and wildlife.

A resident at Nightingale Nursing Home with a picture from Cherubs. (43484587)
A resident at Nightingale Nursing Home with a picture from Cherubs. (43484587)

They also coloured Christmas pictures and took them to the Nightingale Nursing and Care Home in the village.

Nursery manager Sarah Hickling said: “Although we could not go in we handed the pictures over. Since covid we have been unable to visit the home and our children and residents have really missed these visits.

Children from Cherubs nursery picking up litter (43484585)
Children from Cherubs nursery picking up litter (43484585)

“We wanted to send the residents some pictures that the children had coloured for them, just to let them know we are missing them dearly.”



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