New-look nursery for Busy Bees
Busy Bees children’s nursery in Hampton Hargate recently re-launched its new look nursery at a fun-filled family event. The deputy mayor of Peterborough, councillor Keith Sharpe, attended the day and was given an exclusive tour of the new premises, whilemeetingwith parents and children on his way around the building.
T h e n u r s e r y, b a s e d on Hargate Way, i nvited parents, familiesandthelocal community to celebrate the completion of its impressive refurbishment, with lots of family-friendly activities and children’s entertainment on offer.
Parentsandchildrenfrom the local area were given the chance to have a guided tour around the nursery to see the brand new interior décor which has been introduced. New flooring in most areas throughout the nursery was unveiled and all the décor throughout the bathroom, kitchen and play areas has now been updated a nd revamped.
Thenurseryalsoprovided guests with taster platters f r o m Busy Bees’ s i l ve r awarded del i c i ous a nd nutritious menu – a rubber stamp guarantee from the UK’s Soil Association that all food served will be free f rom harmful additives, responsibly sourced and easily traced.
Staff and parents also baked a number of delicious treats for the day including cakes and biscuits with all proceeds going to Winston’s Wish.
Jenny Bli n, business manager at Busy Bees i n Hampton Hargate, said: “It was a fantastic day for all and we were so pleased with the turnout from families, p a r e nt s a n d t h e local community.”
“I t was a pleasure t o see the deputy mayor of Peterborough attend the day andmeetsomeofourparents and children.”
Pictured is Freddie, councillor Keith Sharpe and Heidi Cassidy