Charity benefits from Kidz’ Stop fundraising

Mickey Mouse with Sophie Rodger (4) and Annie Rodger (10) from Bo'ness
Mickey Mouse with Sophie Rodger (4) and Annie Rodger (10) from Bo'ness

Kidz Stop nursery has focused its fundraising efforts efforts this year on Cystic Fibrosis to help a parent that suffers from the condition.

The company, which offers nursery and after school care for around 250 children in Bo’ness and Linlithgow, has raised around £3500 from two recent events.

It held a parents’ night at Fison’s Social Club earlier in the month, followed by a family day at Kinneil House.

The well-attended event featured everything from face-painting to balloon modelling for children.

Local businesses set up stalls to sell their wares and also made a donation to the cause. The fire engine was particularly popular with children who were also delighted to meet Mickey Mouse in person.

Caroline Gormley owner of the nursery said: “We were very lucky with the weather and the support from local businesses. I would like to thank my staff for the huge 
effort they have made.”