Watoto Preschool: Children's Summer Carnival 2009

Playing ball
Playing ball
Summer Carnival and Parade
12:30pm to 3:00pm Saturday 1 August 2009

Nurturing Our Children’s Strengths, Dreams and aspirations

Located adjacent to Byron Wood Primary School

Watoto Pre-School is continually striving to deliver a quality service and the management committee is committed to bringing resources to that effort. With ever tighter budgets our children and staff need greater support than ever before. All the funds raised will go to providing resources to enrich our children’s experiences at Watoto Pre-School.

Carnival Activities

  • Children’s Carnival Parade 1pm

  • Music

  • Raffles

  • Nearly New Stuff

  • Information stalls

  • Bouncy Castle

  • Lots of games

  • Food

  • Mendi & Face Painting

  • Lucy Dip / Tombola

  • Children's Art Gallery

If you would like a stall get in touch (small contribution to Watoto)


139 Catherine Road, Sheffield, S4 7HJ 1st August 2009

Black Women's Resource Centre Early years education and childcare service

Phone: 01142 751817

E-mail: bwrc72a@btconnect.com

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