Kids hope to beat teddy bears' picnic record

Kids hope to beat teddy bears' picnic record

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Katherine Denham

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Kids hope to beat teddy bears' picnic record

Hundreds of children enjoyed a picnic with their parents and their teddy bears in an effort to beat a world record.


Around 120 children aged between three and five from Wessex Primary School and Nursery took part in the event held at the school field in St Adrians Close.

Each child was invited to make a £1 donation which would go to Bibic, a charity that helps children with learning difficulties.

The charity hopes to beat the world record for the most teddy bears' picnics held in one day with events held across the country.

Nursery team leader Samantha Powell said: "We are really happy that we could take part.

"The children had an amazing time and we hope that we have helped beat the record."

 

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