They’re nuts for Brazil 2014... Fenland nursery celebrates start of World Cup

13:47 12 June 2014

In the World Cup spirit - staff from left: Lee-Ann Watson, Lucy Howard and Erika Ringham. Children, from left: Edward Black, age 3, Kaiden Wood, aged 3, Malachi Furlong, age 2, and Rieleigh Brennan-Sinclair, age 3.

In the World Cup spirit - staff from left: Lee-Ann Watson, Lucy Howard and Erika Ringham. Children, from left: Edward Black, age 3, Kaiden Wood, aged 3, Malachi Furlong, age 2, and Rieleigh Brennan-Sinclair, age 3.

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All eyes in the sporting world will be on Brazil from tonight for the World Cup - but one Fenland nursery has started its celebrations early.

Dots 2 Tots, in Chatteris, is holding a World Cup week, with a special day of celebrations today to tie in with the opening match of the tournament, between Brazil and Croatia.

Kristen Dutton, manager of the nursery, said: “As part of our celebrations we have tasted food from some of the countries involved in the World Cup, held a football penalty shoot out, painted flags and printed shapes and colours to make footballs.”

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