Nativity play makes Sally Army’s day

Gable House Nursery'Staff and Parents from the nursery Baby Unit donated two hapers to the salvation Army, and the older children put on a nativity at the Salvation Army Hall'PA1149-7c'Handing over of the Hampers

Gable House Nursery'Staff and Parents from the nursery Baby Unit donated two hapers to the salvation Army, and the older children put on a nativity at the Salvation Army Hall'PA1149-7c'Handing over of the Hampers

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Children from a Bridlington nursery school took to the stage for the Salvation Army last week, helping the charity with its Christmas preparations along the way.

Around 23 children from Class 3 at Gable House Nursery on Wellington Road, visited the Salvation Army building last Tuesday to perform a nativity play in front of a 50-strong audience of teachers and charity members. Parents and staff also contributed to two food hampers to help the Salvation Army provide a Christmas dinner for the elderly and those on their own later this month.

Nursery Manager, Sarah Batten, said: “The play went really well, there were a few little mistakes but it all added to the excitement and none of them were daunted by performing.

“We’d definitely like to do it again, it was nice to do something for the community and our neighbours the Salvation Army.”

Children from the rest of the nursery helped by selling calendars made in class to parents, raising £150 for the Salvation Army.