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Jo Jingles visits Stratford nursery

13:54 02 April 2014

Jo the clown visits Little Bear Nursery

Jo the clown visits Little Bear Nursery

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Children from Little Bear’s nursery met one of their heroes when Jo Jingles made a top-secret appearance.

Jo the clown visits Little Bear NurseryJo the clown visits Little Bear Nursery

The group enjoy Jo Jingles music sessions every Tuesday but had no idea that “big Jo” would be making a special visit yesterday.

After being introduced to her, they played the maracas and tambourine and sang as a group, before having a cuddle with Jo.

Manager Janette Sheppard said: “It was a very special surprise for them and all the children were really excited. My nine month old was fascinated.”

Little Bear’s nursery opened in East Village, which housed the Athletes’ Village during London 2012, in September last year.

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