Mickey and Minnie Mouse are special guests at St Albans nursery’s charity barbecue

Parents, children and teachers were very excited by the arrival of Minnie and Mickey

Parents, children and teachers were very excited by the arrival of Minnie and Mickey

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The sound of African drums greeted parents, children and teachers who gathered for a charity barbecue recently.

Busy Bees nursery in King Harry Lane, St Albans, hosted a day of festivities to raise money for the Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity.

A bouncy castle, Socatots workshops, performers and Mickey and Minnie Mouse entertained guests, who raised £230 in the process.

The charity helps children who are seriously ill, focusing on those ‘who have the biggest needs’.

Nursery manager Ruby Sharma said: “Opening up the nursery doors was a huge hit, with lots of families - some familiar to us, but some new faces too - visiting us for the first time.

“Everyone loved meeting their favourite mice. There were photo opportunities galore and lots of hugs and laughter throughout the day.”


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