Pre-school youngsters in north Norfolk take part in nativity play
- Credit: Archant
Pre-school children enjoyed dressing up and taking part in a nativity play, ahead of the Christmas celebrations.
Many of the youngsters' families attended the event, which was held at Worstead Pre-school, near North Walsham.
Administrator Karla Jermy said: 'They enjoyed putting on the nativity play for their families and it was called The Fox's Tale.
'The children acted, danced and sang, including solos, as they retold the birth of Jesus, though the eyes of a wild fox.
'Afterwards, they were lucky enough to attend a Christmas fayre and enjoy visiting Father Christmas.'
The pre-school, based at Queen Elizabeth Hall in Ruin Road, was formally set up as Dilham Pre-school in 1984 by a group of mothers who wanted their children to socialise and play. It was originally set up in one mother's house in Dilham. Over the years it has moved from Dilham village hall to East Ruston, back to Dilham again, and finally to Worstead.
- 1 Car and front doors opened overnight - but nothing stolen
- 2 See inside this 17th century house with a hot tub and direct beach access
- 3 Case of Omicron Covid variant confirmed in north Norfolk
- 4 Jewellery stolen in Sheringham burglary
- 5 People queue up on new leisure centre's first day
- 6 MP 'not concerned' about single Omicron case in north Norfolk
- 7 Appeal to transform Second World War camp into holiday lets is dismissed
- 8 'Busiest November ever' - Shops and pubs in north Norfolk prepare for Christmas
- 9 Work 'up and running' at site of store destroyed in fire
- 10 Blickling bathed in light in stunning festive display