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Trees opens doors to youngsters
11:30am Thursday 19th September 2013 in News
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A NURSERY offering day care to toddlers and breakfast and after-school clubs for older children was officially opened on Friday.
The Trees Day Nursery, which is owned by family business White Horse Child Care, was officially opened by North Swindon MP, Justin Tomlinson who cut the ribbon and saw a new plaque unveiled.
Parents and residents had the opportunity to look around the new site, as well as enjoy cakes and refreshments.
Children also made the most of all the new toys the nursery has as well as a bouncy castle brought in specially.
Michelle Loy, Deputy Manager of The Trees Day Nursery, said: “It went really well.
“People in the community and families are welcome to pop along at any time to come and take a look at what we do.
“The plaque also gives a special thanks to Pete Lansley, who did all the work to get us up and running.”
MP for North Swindon, Justin Tomlinson said: “I was absolutely delighted to do the official opening for the Trees Day Nursery. It’s a vital addition to the local area and it’s very much welcomed by local parents and residents.”
The nursery, which is a sister-site to the successful nursery in Old Town, will offer a variety of structured activities for youngsters to do, including messy play, outdoor activities, cooking and drawing.
For more information or to book in your child, call the nursery on 01793 832222.
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