Toddlers in Glenrothes enjoyed a Sensathon recently at the Jubilee Centre in Stenton.
The children at Toddler Sense classes had fun at the rodeo, made a cowboy stew and sang round the camp fire, while raising funds and awareness for Tommy’s charity.
Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense joined forces for the cowboy themed event in aid of the charity.
Toddler Sense started in Glenrothes in April and is aimed at youngsters from 13 months old to three years, following on from the award winning Baby Sensory classses.
By taking part in Sensathon the children and their parents were helping other parents and their babies to have the best start in life.
The sensathon saw little ones set off on a Western adventure of song, story-telling and imaginative play.
Lorraine McRoberts explained that with groups across the UK taking part in a Sensathon it is hoped that £100,000 can be raised for Tommy’s medical research projects. She said: “Tommy’s are hoping to invest the sponsorship raised to open a new research centre dedicated to preventing miscarriage which affects one in four parents.
“We are hoping to help reach that goal and make a big difference to many lives.”
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