SCHOOLS, playgroups and shops have all been celebrating Easter this week with various fun days and Easter egg hunts.
Kids at Watnall playgroup did their annual egg roll, pupils at Brookhill Leys Primary School and Kimberley Pre-School took part in a Easter egg hunts, Langley Mill Infant School and Jacksdale Primary School hosted Easter bonnet parades and the Co-op in Eastwood hosted a fun day where they asked members of the public to donate Easter eggs for kids suffering from Cystic Fybrosis.
Brookhill Leys Primary School put on a small Spring fair and handed out clues to the children to find the Easter eggs. The fair raised more than £100 for the Broxtowe Womens’ Project which supports women who suffer from domestic violence.
The Co-op’s fun day last Saturday where they asked people to donate Easter eggs which could be taken up to kids at the Queen’s Medical Centre.
Kids at Jacksdale Primary School paraded up to the local garden centre and nursing home in their home-made Easter bonnets to sing to the residents.
Admin assistant at the school Mandy Gregory said: “We had all different sorts of hats, ones with chicks and straw stuck on, one with pink feathers and another one with a rabbit.
“They really enjoyed it and loved singing to all the residents at the home.”