Littletown children part of world record success
More than 12,000 children across the UK took part in organised sleepovers last Friday night.
A WORLD record attempt was broken at the weekend - and pupils from Littletown Primary School, in Honiton, took were part of the success.
Twenty-seven children from Year 2 stayed overnight in the school hall on Friday as part of The Giant Sleepover.
More than 12,000 children from across the UK took part in the event.
Supported by a wide range of youth organisations, the sleepover has raised cash for groups such at Girl Guides and St John Ambulance.
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Fun and games on the school field was followed by a picnic and then a film.
Children enjoyed breakfast at school before being collected by their parents at 9am on Saturday.
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