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By Tristan Harris Wednesday 19 December 2012 Updated: 21/12 15:56
A TALE of how Robin the robin gets excited when he sees traditional Christmas celebrations was told by 34 children at Jellybabies Nursery and Pre-School for their festive production.
Among the activities Robin sees taking place were a tree being decorated, mince pies being left for Santa, the postman bringing Christmas cards, the reindeers pulling Santa’s sleigh and youngsters staging Nativity plays.
The children dressed as robins, fairies and reindeers, along with Nativity characters.
Jacqueline Walker, the nursery and pre-school manager, said: “The children sang and acted beautifully and we are very proud of them all.”
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