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Shotley Kidzone announced as Learning Herd champs

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Norman Lloyd and Claire Jennings, from the Elmer team, with Therasa Butcher from Shotley Kidzone

A big well done to Suffolk pre-school, Shotley Kidzone who won the competition for a big blank Elmer by raising in excess of £1,000 for Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk!

Staff, children, parents and local businesses all played their part in fundraising, carrying out a sponsored walk, raffle and making donations throughout their involvement in the campaign.

Elmer team representatives visited the pre-school to award their large blank Elmer sculpture in recognition of them raising the most money per student for the campaign. It is now up to the pre-school to decide how they would like to decorate this new, bigger sculpture, to keep alongside their own Learning Herd young Elmer, Unique, which has also returned home.

Staff and children from Shotley Kidzone with their Elmer sculptures

Photos credit: Sarah Lucy Brown

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