Vil­lage gets a slice of nurs­ery life

Surrey Herald/News - - NEWS -

A COF­FEE morn­ing marked the open­ing of a new nurs­ery in White­ley Vil­lage. More than 50 peo­ple at­tended the event, which marked The Vil­lage Nurs­ery’s move from the cricket club to The Sanc­tu­ary, an un­der-used church within the vil­lage. The nurs­ery staff pro­vided a large spread of cakes and cof­fee for resi- dents, while vis­i­tors toured the build­ing, which has had new minia­ture toi­lets and sinks in­stalled so the build­ing is suit­able for young chil­dren. The nurs­ery, for chil­dren aged two to four years, of­fi­cially opened ear­lier this month and has around 40 chil­dren. Dianne Ing­ham, who runs the nurs­ery, said: “I am ex­tremely grate­ful that so many peo­ple came down to visit us at the cof­fee morn­ing to­day. “It was fan­tas­tic to show ev­ery­one the work we do here in the nurs­ery and to meet lots of new faces. “Ev­ery­one has been ex­tremely wel­com­ing and I am look­ing for­ward to spend­ing time in our new home at White­ley.”

Staff at the cof­fee morn­ing for the new nurs­ery at White­ley Vil­lage.

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