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Newly Refurbished Nursery in Marlow officially opened with ribbon cutting ceremony

| October 30, 2023

New interior space in one of the rooms at The Old Station Nursery in Marlow. (Image supplied by The Old Station Nursery)

The Old Station Nursery in Marlow celebrated its official opening on Friday 20th October 2023 following a full refurbishment.

The event was commemorated by Rebecca Scrace, Early Years Advisor from Buckinghamshire County Council who cut the ribbon to mark the occasion. The event was also attended by Operations Manager Tracy Berry, Area Manager Sara Lithgo, Nursery Manager Naeer and several other special guests who all played a large role in opening the nursery.

After the official ribbon cutting ceremony, parents were invited to tour around the nursery and see the complete redesign of all interior spaces. These spaces create modern, welcoming, and engaging learning environments, tailored to inspire creativity, and support the early stages of childhood development.

The outdoor space is also fully upgraded, offering new and exciting experiences for children, reflecting the nursery team’s deep commitment to outdoor learning.

Nursery Manager Naeer said: ‘Thank you to Rebecca for officially opening the nursery with a wonderful ribbon cutting ceremony and for all the parents and staff that attended this special day.

The event was a huge success, and we are delighted to now be officially open, ready for new parents and children to start this Autumn and Winter.

The nursery provides a safe and enriching setting for children to grow, learn and play. The team ensure that there are plenty of fun and stimulating learning and developmental opportunities for all the children in their care.

The Old Station Nursery Marlow currently has spaces available for Autumn 2023 and January 2024. Further information about The Old Station Nursery Marlow or to explore enrolment opportunities can be found on The Old Station Nursery website.

*Source of information : Press release from The Old Station Nursery.

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