Flags and hats top hol­i­day fun

Halifax Courier - - Nostalgia -

COLOUR­FUL bunting and cheer­ful Easter bon­nets made by chil­dren of Hep­ton­stall have bright­ened up win­dow dis­plays over the school hol­i­days.

The chil­dren’s hand­i­work has been on show in Heb­den Bridge at Rib­bon Cir­cus, Hat Ther­apy and the Old Tree- house, as well as Town­gate Tea­rooms in Hep­ton­stall.

Foun­da­tion stage teacher Polly Wil­liams said the boys and girls had thor­oughly en­joyed their Easter ac­tiv­i­ties.

“We’ve had a fan­tas­tic, cre­ative week and the boys and girls looked for­ward to see­ing their hard work on dis­play,” she said.

Par­ents and friends were also treated to Hot Cross Buns made by the older chil­dren.

Mean­while pupils at Scout Road Pri­mary School in Mytholm­royd en­joyed an Easter bon­net competition and party. The prize for the best Easter bon­net went to year one pupil Luca Laz­zariWil­liams, aged five.

Judge Dawn Car­ring­ton, of the school’s Par­ent, Teacher and Friends As­so­ci­a­tion, said she found it dif­fi­cult as so many chil­dren had put so much ef­fort.

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