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Newark: Cherubs Edwinstowe mark Burns Night by joining in Scottish activities




Nursery children dressed in tartan and listened to Scottish poetry and music to mark Burns Night, writes Courtney McLaven.

The youngsters at Cherubs Edwinstowe also spent the afternoon creating their own Scottish-themed art, including tartan designs, and making their very own poetry for the occasion.

Rianne, 4, Robin, 2, and Lillie Rae, 4, enjoying their Scottish-themed lunch. (44135703)
Rianne, 4, Robin, 2, and Lillie Rae, 4, enjoying their Scottish-themed lunch. (44135703)

Nursery manager Sarah Hickling said: “We like to offer a variety of cultural experiences to develop the children’s knowledge and own experiences.

“The children had haggis, neeps and tatties for their lunch, followed by shortbread biscuits for pudding, which they were all very fond of.”

Burns Night celebrates the life and work of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.



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