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Glenice organised a play session at Balderton Methodist Church on Wednesday to raise funds for Nottinghamshire Sands



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Mothers and their children enjoyed a morning playing together to raise funds for a good cause.

Glenice Woods, from Newark, organised a play session at Balderton Methodist Church on Wednesday to raise funds for Nottinghamshire Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death) a cause close to the group’s hearts as one of the families who uses the play group has suffered the loss of a baby.

The event, which saw the children dress in pink and blue, raised £34 for the charity.

Glenice Wood, front left, leads an activity session at Balderton Methodist church, raising funds for SANDS berevement support. Children wore wearing pink or blue and parents have donated funds..Next to Glenice is Logan Mimmak Monks, 3, who lost a sibling earlier this year..091019TV3-5.. (18951045)
Glenice Wood, front left, leads an activity session at Balderton Methodist church, raising funds for SANDS berevement support. Children wore wearing pink or blue and parents have donated funds..Next to Glenice is Logan Mimmak Monks, 3, who lost a sibling earlier this year..091019TV3-5.. (18951045)

During the morning the children coloured in love hearts and made collages with stars and hearts, followed by a free play session.

Glenice said: “We had a lovely morning and we had some great feedback from the parents.

“It was nice as everyone was able to open up and share their experiences and support each other, as baby loss affects so many people.”



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