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Tiger spotted in South Woodford

PUBLISHED: 17:21 06 March 2017 | UPDATED: 17:21 06 March 2017

Kids Inc in South Woodford took part in World Book Day. Pupils in Labybird Class. Picture by Ellie Hoskins

Kids Inc in South Woodford took part in World Book Day. Pupils in Labybird Class. Picture by Ellie Hoskins

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A tiger was photographed in South Woodford on Thursday along with a caterpillar and a Gruffalo.

Kids Inc in South Woodford took part in World Book Day. Asmia Akhter and Inderpal Dhanjal with Lenny Williams who is seven months. Picture by Ellie Hoskins Kids Inc in South Woodford took part in World Book Day. Asmia Akhter and Inderpal Dhanjal with Lenny Williams who is seven months. Picture by Ellie Hoskins

Children aged six months and above dressed up as their favourite book characters to celebrate World Book Day at Kids Inc Nursery, Cleveland Road.

Karli Delaney, deputy manager said the classrooms were filled with lots of different costumes including a seven-month-old Hungry Caterpillar.

“It was lots of fun we had Winnie the Witch, the Tiger Who Came to Tea and a couple of princesses,” she said

“The children took part in a Gruffalo hunt in the garden to look for book characters and we had activities about books all day.”

The little ones also penned their own stories all about themselves and took them home to share with their families.

“The costumes were great, World Book Day was definitely celebrated more than last year,” added Karli

“It is a great thing to do as it encourages children to read in a fun way – We also visited the library before hand.”

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