Nurs­ery at home site

The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMUNITY -

NIGHTIN­GALE HAM­MER­SON is in dis­cus­sions to pro­vide a sec­ond site for Wim­ble­don Jewish nurs­ery, Ap­ples and Honey, at Nightin­gale’s Clapham premises, fur­ther­ing a long-time re­la­tion­ship.

Ap­ples and Honey prin­ci­pal, Ju­dith Ish-Horow­icz, said: “Over the past 25 years, a gen­er­a­tion of chil­dren at Ap­ples and Honey Wim­ble­don have vis­ited res­i­dents at Nightin­gale. We are re­ally ex­cited by the prospect of open­ing a new nurs­ery that will al­low us to of­fer our ser­vices to fam­i­lies in Wandsworth.”

Nightin­gale chief ex­ec­u­tive, He­len Sim­mons, saw the ven­ture as “a great way to in­crease our in­ter-gen­er­a­tional ac­tiv­i­ties for our res­i­dents, most of whom love watch­ing kids play and hav­ing con­ver­sa­tions with them”.

Al­though cen­tred on Jewish val­ues and tra­di­tions, Ap­ples and Honey ac­cepts chil­dren from all faiths.

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