The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Sandy Bears Nursery: October 2018
In support of World Mental Health Day earlier this week, we just wanted to share with you the work at Sandy Bears Nursery and their fantastic project to spread some kindness throughout our village.
Children at the nursery have discussed and decorated some kindness stones and hidden them in various places around our village.
When a child finds such a stone, they must take a photograph and add it to the Sandy Bears Facebook Page and then hide it somewhere else.
The stones have messages on them such as 'use your kind hands' and 'share your toys'.
I am sure you will all agree that this is just a perfect way to make 'World Mental Health Day' count!
Well done to the Sandy Bears Nursery and to all the children — keep a look out everyone for these special stones!
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