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Kids make Senedd offices feel festive

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: December 07, 2012

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CHRISTMAS has been brought to the Assembly estate this year by primary school children.

Pupils have been bringing festive cheer by decorating trees in the Colwyn Bay office and the Senedd.

They helped the Presiding Officer Rosemary Butler make and hang the decorations.

"The magic of Christmas looms large, particularly for youngsters, so it's only right that children from around Wales help the Assembly mark the festive season," said Mrs Butler

"Trees decorated by pupils will be on display on the Assembly's estate so that they can be enjoyed by the wider public.

"The tree in the Senedd will also form the backdrop for the Assembly's annual carol concert."

The Assembly's Christmas Carol Concert took place in the Neuadd yesterday.

Before the concert, pupils from Baden Powell Primary School in Cardiff will help add more decorations to the tree in the Senedd.

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