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Kind-hearted child carers took a break from the festivities over the Christmas period to deliver presents to some of the world’s poorest orphans.

Romania.

Luton, containing items such as toiletries, toys and sweets.

Each box was wrapped as a Christmas gift and given to a child in and around Brasov in central Romania.

Ms Di Niro said: „We enc-ourage our children to learn about the wider community including teaching them about the circumstances faced by other children across the world.

almost everybody supported the project with some families donating three or four boxes each.

Both the nursery workers spent five days visiting orp-hans and handing out the gifts in Romania, covering 350 miles across the centre of the east European country.

The trip also provided the nursery staff with an eye-opening view of child care in third world orphanages and the chance to share experiences with their Romanian counterparts.

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Christmas boost for Romanian orphans

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Kind-hearted child carers took a break from the festivities over the Christmas period to deliver presents to some of the world’s poorest orphans.

Romania.

Luton, containing items such as toiletries, toys and sweets.

Each box was wrapped as a Christmas gift and given to a child in and around Brasov in central Romania.

Ms Di Niro said: „We enc-ourage our children to learn about the wider community including teaching them about the circumstances faced by other children across the world.

almost everybody supported the project with some families donating three or four boxes each.

Both the nursery workers spent five days visiting orp-hans and handing out the gifts in Romania, covering 350 miles across the centre of the east European country.

The trip also provided the nursery staff with an eye-opening view of child care in third world orphanages and the chance to share experiences with their Romanian counterparts.

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