Jurassic Coast Challenge participant Debbie is special guest at pre-school party

PUBLISHED: 06:30 23 July 2017

Parents also took part in the sports day

Parents also took part in the sports day

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Debbie Barton raised nearly £600 for All Saints Pre-school which says goodbye to five youngsters

All Saints pre-school's sports dayAll Saints pre-school's sports day

A special party has been held at an Exmouth pre-school to say farewell to children who have moved up to primary school.

All Saints Pre-School, based in the grounds of the church, in Exeter Road, welcomed Jurassic Coast Challenge participant Debbie Barton to its celebration.

Mum-of-three Debbie took part in the 60-mile challenge to raise funds for the pre-school.

Nearly £600 was raised for the pre-school by Debbie and other parents.

Children taking part in a 'tennis ball and bat' raceChildren taking part in a 'tennis ball and bat' race

The event, which was organised by pre-school deputy manager Jo Davis, featured a certificate presentation to the five youngsters who are going on to primary school.

There was a sports day held as part of the event, with children and parents taking part.

This was the second time the pre-school has held a sports day, with this year’s event featuring obstacle courses and a ‘tennis bat and ball’ race. There was also a race for mums 
and dads.


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