Well done, Team GB!
Youngsters from Poulton Happy Days have been cheering on Britain’s success in Brazil by hosting its own Rio Games.
From relay races, jumping hurdles, to making their own gold medals, the children took part in a number of events where everyone was a winner.
The next generation of Mo Farahs, Andy Murrays, Jessica Ennis-Hills and Max Whitlocks were all on show as the youngsters shone to take their place on the podium.
The Poulton carnival of competition was one of a number of similar events which took place at Happy Days nurseries across the Fylde Coast. The inclement summer weather meant some of of the activities had to be completed indoors but, when possible, the children got outside to run off some energy by competing in outside events.
As well as the events, the children also made their own Olympic Torches which they paraded in their own opening ceremonies, complete with flag-bearer! The children made Brazilian flags which were used to decorate the nursery, while other flags from across the globe were also made by the youngsters.