Primary care for children's teddies.MEDICAL students from Warwick University will be taking the fear out of hospital and doctor visits for small children by treating their sick teddies.
The teddy clinic will be part of a teddy bear themed activity day for four to nineyear-olds organised by the Kingsley School Kingsley School is situated in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England, just to the north of the town centre. Kingsley is an independent girls’ day school taking girls from 3 to 18; the Early Years Centre also takes boys up to the age of seven. in Beauchamp Avenue, Leamington.
The medical students are volunteers with a charity called Teddy Bear Hospital, which aims to reassure children about visits to doctors and hospitals.
Medical student and divi- sional president of Teddy Bear Hospital Sally Owen said: "This will be our biggest ever teddy bear day and the first to be open to all children and their parents from across the county.
"We are delighted Kingsley is providing such a pleasant and accessible venue."
The event takes place on Saturday May 9 from 10am to 4pm at the school.
It's free and open to everyone..
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