Bolton School Nursery

Class Support for Chorley Hedgehog Rescue Centre

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Bolton School's Nursery Class has been studying a new topic ‘Into The Dark . . .’ As part of the topic, the three and four year olds have been learning about nocturnal animals; one of the animals they have particularly enjoyed learning about has been hedgehogs.

Last year, the children adopted Chorley Hedgehog Rescue Centre as one of the charities they support. The Class thought this would be an ideal time to donate to them again. Families generously collected kitten food, blankets and newspapers for the rescue centre, and Mrs Simone Sweeney visited last week to collect the donations. She also spoke to the children about all the fabulous and important work they do for very young and sick hedgehogs.

If you would like to follow the charity’s story, or donate further to their cause, you can find them on Facebook or on their website.

 

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