After 50 years of devoted community service, a pre-school in Pinner decided to celebrate the milestone with style. Local families came together on Saturday, July 2, to celebrate the golden anniversary of Pinner Parish Pre-School. A small local charity founded in 1966, the pre-school is staffed by experienced early years staff and managed by a committee of parent volunteers. Some families have been involved for two or three generations and one visitor to the event, Geraint Jones, was one of the first children to attend the pre-school in the late 1960s. The Deputy Mayor, cllr Margaret Davine, joined the families, staff and committee volunteers to cut the celebration cake. Visitors also enjoyed craft making, facepainting, glitter tattoos, a teddy tombola and other activities. Photographs were also on display for a trip down memory lane. Find more on this story in the August edition of MyPinner&HatchEndNews, which will be distributed on August 19.
Pre-school still going strong at 50
Published on: 10th August 2016 | By: The Newsdesk | Category:
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