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Theresa May MP supports Busy Bees' partnership with Child Bereavement UK

On Friday 15th March, Theresa joined staff and children at Busy Bees Nursery (Hall Place, Maidenhead) for a special walk to launch the second year of Busy Bees’ charity partnership with Child Bereavement UK.

Theresa joined children and Busy Bees’ Head of External Affairs, Karen Mackay, on a walk around nearby woodland. At the end of the walk, the children presented Theresa with flowers and a card, and cheese scones and sausage rolls prepared by the nursery were enjoyed by all.

In less than a year, Busy Bees has raised over £100,000 for Child Bereavement UK. To kick start the second year of fundraising, Karen Mackay and her colleague, Yvonne Smillie, will undertake a trek to Everest Base Camp in April.

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