A new nursery in Edwalton has opened its doors with the help of a special guest.
Busy Bees at Edwalton welcomed the Mayor of Rushcliffe, Councillor Sue Mallender, to cut the ribbon to mark the purpose-built nursery’s grand launch.
Councillor Sue Mallender was given an exclusive tour of the facilities, which have been specially designed to provide high-quality childcare for up to 88 children aged five or under.
With its calming, fresh colours, custom-made soft wood furniture and botanical elements, the new nursery has been created to give children the best start in life by encouraging them to take part in an array of activities, from yoga to creative play, to help develop motor and cognitive skills. Every child also has access to the free-flow garden, equipped with toys and activities to nurture children’s relationship with the outdoors.
All Busy Bees children joining the new nursery will benefit from nutritious, NHS-accredited meals and snacks, with a dedicated chef preparing menus on site. Parents will also gain exclusive access to Busy Bees’ Unleashing Potential’ (UP) app, which helps to support children’s learning and development, as well as their child’s unique online Learning Journal, ParentZone.
Michaela Leigh, Centre Director at Busy Bees at Edwalton, said: “We’ve had a fantastic time celebrating the opening of our brand new Edwalton nursery.
“It was a pleasure to welcome Councillor Sue Mallender to mark the opening in style and showcase our beautiful facilities. We’ve worked incredibly hard to create an environment that is not only welcoming and homely, but also encourages creativity and development, and we’re very proud of the result.
“We can’t wait to welcome local families and discuss their early years needs so we can give their children the best start in life.”
To find out more about Busy Bees, visit busybeeschildcare.co.uk/nursery/edwalton or call 0330 333 8133.