Tots’ concert helps fund garden revamp

SONGS, poetry and drama were performed to more than 100 proud friends and family by young tots from a Clevedon nursery.

Children aged two to four from Clevedon Montessori School put on an annual concert at the Princes Hall, with elements of a nature project and an Olympics project thrown in to show parents what the youngsters have been learning about.

The older children, who will be leaving the Albert Road nursery this year, also performed Sleeping Beauty and Handa’s Surprise, which were chosen by the youngsters as the stories they wanted to stage.

Profits from the concert, which also included a cake stall, raffle and silent auction, will go toward a revamp of the school garden and new outdoor equipment.

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