Children at a nursery in Leamington have helped raise money for a charity that helps sick babies.
Youngsters who attend The Co-operative Care nurseries wore bunny ears and collected £89 for Bliss.
The nursery in Spencer Street saw children make ‘Miffy’-style ears to celebrate 60 years of the children’s book favourite.
Parents and colleagues put their best baking skills into practice with a cake sale to help boost fundraising efforts.
Organisers said the event was a great success.
The Leamington nursery is now in the running to receive a visit from the famous bunny herself, if it is named as the top fundraiser.
Julie Clarke, manager at The Co-operative Childcare in Leamington, said: “Everyone at the nursery had a great time at our Miffy Extravaganza.
“The children were really excited about our party and particularly enjoyed reading stories, and using her as their inspiration for fundraising activities.
“Bliss is a fantastic charity and the support they offer can have a direct impact on children, their families and the wider community, so it is cause close to our hearts and one we’re proud to support.”
Bliss helps babies who are born premature or sick. Visit www.bliss.org.uk