TODDLERS waddled through a fun-packed obstacle course raising funds for the 2010 Meningitis Trust.
More than 100 children aged three months to four years at Jigsaw Curzon House Day Nursery in Chester took part in a sponsored activity as part of the nursery’s annual charity funding.
Together the children raised over £1,200 and sponsor money is still being received.
Funds were raised by parents who took the sponsor forms to their work, collecting £500 for the charity and also via the social networking site, Facebook, so friends and family could donate.
Each child either dressed as a duck or in yellow to participate in the challenge which contained an obstacle course of slides, tyres, bridges and tunnels, before the children climbed over and under tables and jumped into a large ball pool.
The waddle toddle was completed over three days so that each child could enjoy taking part.