Mum's the word for Gloucestershire kids at Mothers Day celebrations
HUNDREDS of loving youngsters gathered at Gloucester Cathedral to pay deserved tributes to their mums.
A special Mother's Day service was held, with all mums given a free gift of spring flowers.
Dean of Gloucester, the Very Reverend Stephen Lake, said: "It was a fantastic service, one of the biggest turnouts we have had. As part of the service, the Cathedral Junior Choir sang to the audience."
It was one of several events held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to celebrate mums.
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Parents gathered at the All My Friends Childcare day nursery in Barnwood Road, Gloucester on Friday, where they treated mums to a special tea.
Mums, grans and carers were invited by the pre-school children to say thank you for all the things they do. Children made decorations, cards and served home prepared snacks and a hot brew.
On Saturday children also took part in a Mother's Day workshop at Gloucester City Museum, making cards.