Cheam children tuck into food from all over the world in Great Ormond Street fundraiser

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Cheam-based nursery school children enjoyed tastes of the world on Wednesday.

Nuffy Bear Children's Nursery in Peaches Lane held a family barbecue, attended by parents and grandparents of children who go to the school.

The event celebrated cultures from all over the world, with dishes from Pakistan, India, Jamaica and China.

There was also ball pits, face painting, and a bouncy castle.

Around 70 people attended the fundraiser for Great Ormond Street hospital.

The nursery collected £250 in donations.

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Dressed for the occasion: The children arrived in fancy dress

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One girl chose to dress up as the Statue of Liberty

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Parents were invited to the party

 

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