Dragon makes a splash with children in Deep Blue Sea class
Playtime at a nursery in Cromer just got a little more interesting with the arrival of a new classmate – a dragon.
The mythological creature has been loaned to the Deep Blue Sea class at Suffield Park Nursery by local businessman Timothy Hay.
It was one of the GoGoDragons! clan which last year formed a charity art trail through Norwich and was later
auctioned for charity.
Kerry Lewis, administrator at Suffield Park Nursery, said: 'It's lovely, the children love it – they just sit with it or stroke it – a lot.'
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