Hanham toddlers keep up musical tradition

December 05 2016

TOTS from Hanham Toddlers Pre-School have been fine tuning their vocal cords in preparation for their festive extravaganza - a singing nativity.

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TOTS from Hanham Toddlers Pre-School have been fine tuning their vocal cords in preparation for their festive extravaganza - a singing nativity.

A total of 72 children will perform at their base at Hanham Methodist Church watched by proud mums, dads and grandparents as well as members of the community.

The pre-school's 40 two-year-olds who go along to Play and Stay sessions won't miss out on the fun - they will perform a Christmas 'Song Sack' to parents.

Lorraine Bunting, pre-school manager, said: "The children have been rehearsing for weeks and have really enjoyed learning and singing Christmas songs.

"They are very much looking forward to performing on stage in front of their families, friends and members of the community."

The pre-school is a charity-run organisation set up in the 1960s by a local mum. It is believed to be the oldest in the country.