Bright Kids Crabbs Cross digs into the dressing up box to support Crackerjacks Children’s Trust

Children at Bright Kids Crabbs Cross raised £50 Crackerjacks Children’s Trust with a fancy dress event as youngsters donated to wear fancy dress costumes.

From princesses to superheroes, youngsters at the Evesham Road nursery raided their dressing-up boxes for their favourite outfits as they raised funds for the charity, which works with severely impaired children.

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Sunbeams tots Keira Peachey, aged two, three-year-old Lily Logan, nursery nurse Sam Holmes and two-year-old Lillie Jackson dressed in the best for the fund-raiser

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Shining Lights children get into character to raise funds for Crackerjacks:

Back row L-R: Noah Griffin, aged three, Ciaragh Maher. aged three, Austin Bennett, Rebekah Dicken and Archie Sheehan, all aged four, and three-year-old Logan Bate

Middle row L-R: Tyler Green, aged three, four-year-olds Max Newey, Laila West and Jacob Streeter

Front row L-R: Jack Price aged three, Edward Logan aged four, and Jenson Richardson and Jacob  Brooks, both aged three.

Anita Shepherd, manager, said: “Crackerjacks Children’s Trust supports severely impaired children, enabling them to live their lives to the full and working to relieve the stress and pressure placed on children and families alike.

“The charity has been established for more than two years, and doesn’t receive any Government funding. Instead, it relies on its supporters to help it operate, so we were keen to hold a fun event to help do our bit to show our support.”

For more information on the charity, visit

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