St Mary’s pupils give Bradley Bear warm welcome

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With a busy season ahead of us it’s easy to get overwhelmed with our peak season, writes Debbie Frizzell.

Everyone at Berwick Holiday Park works hard to make sure we give our guests and holiday home owners the best experience we can.

Sometimes we just need to look around us and realise we are part of the community and we have a part to play.

Last week we surprised the reception class of St Mary’s First School with Bradley Bear from Berwick Holiday Park.

We had been told about the stay and play sessions from one of the parents. This is held every Thursday morning, where the children’s parents have the opportunity to get involved in lots of different activities with the class.

The children were very keen to tell Bradley all about some of the fruits and vegetables they have planted. This is a great session and the parents have really got involved.

Even though Bradley is a very busy bear he always has time for our local children and couldn’t wait to surprise St Mary’s reception class. The kids had been learning about butterflies before we arrived and had learned how to draw a spider’s web.

When Bradley arrived he received lots of cuddles from the children and some of the grown ups too. Turns out nobody can resist a Bradley cuddle. Some of the kids even found Bradley’s tickly spot.

We received a lovely warm welcome from everyone at St Mary’s and for this we are very grateful.

○ St Mary’s First School is holding a pirate fun day on Friday July 11, from 9am to 11am. There will be a raffle, treasure hunts, best costume contest, arts, crafts and stocks.

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