Heroes week is a success

Twins James and Daniel Outen,  Katie Reed, Franklin Sale and Jack Cullinane mark Heroes Day

Twins James and Daniel Outen, Katie Reed, Franklin Sale and Jack Cullinane mark Heroes Day

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EVERYONE was a hero as youngsters dressed up as their idols to raise money for injured servicemen.

Children and staff at Steady Steps Preschool in Rowner, Gosport, pulled out all the stops to support Heroes Day.

The national fundraising day, in aid of Help for Heroes, was held on October 21, but the preschool decided to organise a week of hero-themed activities instead and raised £200.

Julie Pickthall, preschool manager, said: ‘The children have been listening to stories about super heroes, designing medals and enjoying talking to visitors in their service uniforms. It has been a fantastic week with the staff, children and their families working together to raise money for a fantastic cause.’

The preschool wanted to thank recruitment company 3D Personnel for its support.

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