Easter fun – and a visit from the Easter Bunny – at West Berkshire's Jubilee Day Nursery and Jubilee Gems
Spring has finally sprung with lots of exciting things going on at Jubilee Day Nursery and Jubilee Gems.
The Easter Bunny hopped over to visit the nurseries, and staff pet Sasha was also there to help lead the celebrations, dressed for the occasion with a lovely bonnet.
The children all took part in lots of Easter-themed activities, with the main event being an Easter bonnet parade.
Sophie Rogers, marketing manager for the nurseries, said: “The creativity of the children - and parents - never ceases to amaze.
“The hats included tractors, nests filled with eggs, Easter bunnies and Shaun the Sheep.
“They were all egg-cellent, so every child was a winner and received an Easter chocolate prize.”
The children also enjoyed an egg decorating competition, baking their own hot cross buns and visiting all the farm animals down at their private farm.
And of course it wouldn’t be Easter without an Easter egg hunt.
The Jubilee Garden was filled will lots of chocolate eggs, hidden in watering cans, fairy houses and in the vegetable patch.
Jubilee also continued its support for the Trussell Trust – a charity that supports foodbanks that provide much needed relief to families across West Berkshire - with a special Easter collection.
The families of the children attending both nurseries donated lots Easter treats, with six crates full of Easter eggs, chocolate, sweets and buns – more than 39kgs ¬– being donated.