Children help fundraising efforts

CHILDREN at the Ipswich Private Kindergarten hopped, jumped, balanced, and sidestepped around an obstacle course raise money for ChildLine.Challenges facing the 15 youngsters, aged between three and five, included running through tunnels, running with beanbags, running between cones and jumping in and out of hoops.

CHILDREN at the Ipswich Private Kindergarten hopped, jumped, balanced, and sidestepped around an obstacle course raise money for ChildLine.

Challenges facing the 15 youngsters, aged between three and five, included running through tunnels, running with beanbags, running between cones and jumping in and out of hoops. The course contained seven different obstacles in all.

The youngsters collected sponsorship money before tackling the course and many were sponsored depending on the number of laps they managed to complete.

Organiser Claire Spruce, a nursery nurse at the kindergarten, said: "It was great fun and went really really well. The children all enjoyed themselves and some even managed to complete about ten laps."


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"We hope to raise as much money as possible. Last year we raised £160 with a sponsored pedal push and we hope to match that this year."

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