Oct. 30, 2012
-- Parents are invited to visit the 65-place Southborough-
based Woodlands Day Nursery, a converted Victorian school building – between 10am and 1pm – to check out the new-look nursery and garden.
Pam Hook, manager at the Asquith Day Nurseries-owned location in Church Road, said: "We had an Open Day a couple of months ago but the garden wasn’t finished then so we thought we would do it all again this weekend. Now parents can now see the finished project."
"The children just love it. We are lucky to be situated in beautiful woods next to Southborough Common so they get to hunt for ‘mini-beasts’
and butterflies when the weather is good. And now, when it rains, they will have special viewing platforms indoors so they can look out and watch the woodland wildlife from the nursery rooms."
She added: "Indoors all the rooms have been freshly painted and refitted with high quality wooden furniture specially crafted for small children. And we have latest ICT equipment including an interactive SMARTboard and touch-screen computers."
In the new garden area children have a new aqua play zone, a special role play cycle track, all weather play grass areas and a special planting area, complete with a den.