It’s all smiles and chuckles at Little Trinity Nursery in Kidderminster as the children aged between 2-years and 4-years busily stick, glue and paint their Easter competition entries. Nursery Manager, Miss Gaynor Carter said: “Easter is a lovely time with lots of chicks, bunnies and chocolate on the agenda, so this year we decided to ‘spring’ it up a little and make Easter crowns and wreaths as part of an Easter craft competition, an activity they could all do at home with their families.” Based within the grounds of Holy Trinity School on the Birmingham Road provides Little Trinity with a unique nursery opportunity to involve the school’s pupils in their Easter celebrations as they parade and visit the school’s many classes, showing off their Easter crown and wreath creations prior to the end of term. Added Miss Carter: “To help and provide a uniform starting point, every child began with a crown template to make their own imaginative designs before bringing them back into nursery for judging. “From our youngest to the oldest they loved this activity, and not only because they received an Easter egg for taking part! Prizes were awarded for the most creative crown and wreath from each of our Green Caterpillar, Yellow Bumble Bee and Red Ladybird rooms with the children also making a range of Easter cards, Easter baskets and Easter bunnies to take home.” Before the Easter break the children will also be treated to several Easter Egg Hunts around the nursery and in the outside play areas.