Local nursery raises funds for charity

The children from Stepping Stones dressed up for the fundraiser

The children from Stepping Stones dressed up for the fundraiser - Credit: Archant

Stepping Stones day nursery held a princess and superhero day to help raise funds for a charity that helps disabled children.

The fundraising day, which was held on Tuesday, saw the children dress up as their favourite super heros and princesses in order to raise money for Crackerjacks..

The nursery that is based in St Ives asked each child to bring in £2 for the cause and raised £261 for the charity.

Crackerjacks provides respite breaks, specialist equipment and support for families who have disabled children across the country.

Tiffany Evans, owner of the nursery said: “We chose to support crackerjacks children’s charity after reading the fabulous work they are doing to adapt holiday homes for children with disabilities, every child deserves to go on holiday with their family “

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