Nursery receives £700 cash boost
A Cambuslang nursery has received a cash boost from a housing developer.
Youngsters from the Upstairs Kids Klub in Cambuslang donned hard hats to pay a visit to Lovell.
The house builder and their subcontractors donated £700 to the group which will go towards finding a new storage facility in the nursery’s outdoor play area.
Lovell recently finished work on a large-scale refurbishment programme to transform the multi-storey block of flats at Kyle Court, which is just next door to the nursery on Cambuslang’s Main Street.
During the refurbishment, Lovell held special safety talks and competitions for the nursery children. The youngsters even had the opportunity to design safety-themed posters which were displayed on site.
Upstairs Kids Klub manager Annemarie Jack said:“Before the refurbishment work began we were concerned about the possible disruption. However, this has been a very positive experience overall for all of us and the children have gained important knowledge and life skills.
“Lovell resident liaison manager Ness Stewart played a major role in this, working closely with us and organising fun learning activities for the children which helped them think about their own safety.”
Sarah Freel, regional partnerships director of Lovell, added: “Having had fantastic co-operation and understanding from the nursery and from parents, we all wanted to say thank you and to leave behind something of lasting benefit through our Lovell Legacy programme.”
Big thank youThe children of the Upstairs Kidz Klub thank workers from Lovell after they handed over a cheque for £700