Elmswell nursery to unveil new facilities at open day

Street Farm Day Nursery will unveil its new facilities on Saturday Picture: STREET FARM DAY NURSERY

Street Farm Day Nursery will unveil its new facilities on Saturday Picture: STREET FARM DAY NURSERY


An Elmswell nursery is inviting people to view its new facilities this weekend following an extensive refurbishment.

The Street Farm Day Nursery, in Station Road, has extended and modernised its premises and is holding an open day on Saturday, September 15, from 10am-2pm.

The nursery, which is rated Outstanding by Ofsted, operates a flexible system offering up to 30 hours funded sessions for three and four-year-olds, and 15 hours for eligible two-year-olds.

Extra curricular activities such as forest school, yoga, Spanish, makaton, and educational visits are also offered.

Families are invited to look around the new and improved facilities on Saturday, meet the staff, as well as join in with some of the fun activities on offer.

There will also be a ribbon-cutting at 10am.

For more information on the open day or nursery, visit


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