Clevedon walkers raise cash for Save the Children

PUBLISHED: 14:00 29 April 2018

Walkers have raised more than £100 for Save the Children.

Walkers have raised more than £100 for Save the Children.


Clevedon infants have helped raise more than £100 for Save the Children.

Members of the Clevedon Childminding Network joined in with Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk for the international charity.

A target of £50 was set but £108 has so far been collected, with more being sent in all the time.

Organiser Sarah Dunn said: “I decided to join in with Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk in order to raise vital funds for Save the Children, and asked other members of our network if they would like to join in too.

“The children aged from just seven months to four years old toddled around the Salthouse Fields then along the sea wall and ended up in the splash pool at Marine Lake for a good old splash in their puddle suits.

“The children learned about some of the children less fortunate than them who they would be helping, as well as learning a new Peppa Pig muddy puddle song.”

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