Beckenham babies help raise money for charity

PUBLISHED: 11:08 08 July 2014 | UPDATED: 11:08 08 July 2014

Babies Yasmin and Bradley took part in the fundraiser.

Babies Yasmin and Bradley took part in the fundraiser.


A team of tots raised more then £800 for a charity which helps save babies’ lives.

The babies, from Beckenham Baby Sensory, took part in the first ever Sensathon. The colourful fundraiser had a “Wild West” theme and 90 babies arrived over June 5 and 6 in their cowboy and cowgirl themed outfits to raise money for charity Tommy’s.

The days included imaginative play and children were greeted with Western music before taking part in songs around the campfire activities and themed sock puppet shows.

Baby Sensory Manager Vikki Moore said: “Sensathon was a roaring success with dozens of babies all dressed up as cowboys and cowgirls.

“It was brilliant to see the babies getting involved and the enthusiasm from mums too for this great fundraiser.

“We want to thank everyone who took part and made the day so special.”

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