Welcome to Emily who has joined us at Telford to support Marianne & Emma. Pop into the office and say hello.
Our Annual Honeybuns big walks for Tiny lives are scheduled for Saturday 6th April at 10am in aid of Action Medical Research. http://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/honeybuns-nurseries
Telford: Apley Woods
Stafford: Stafford Castle
Norton Canes: Marquis Drive Visitors Centre
We are thrilled with our latest report which celebrates our hardworking and dedicated team
Honeybuns Nurseries, are rated in the top 5 according to daynurseries.co.uk, the leading UK Nursery review website with 12,745 Nurseries, 4.5 million visits per year and 68,858 Nursery reviews
Norton Canes has a review score of 9.9, rated 1st in 17 nurseries in Cannock Chase
Stafford has a review score of 9.5, rated 5th in 50 nurseries in Stafford
Telford has a review score of 9.2, rated 3rd in 38 nurseries in Telford & Wrekin
Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our teams, we’d really like to reward them by continuing these amazing ratings! Nominations for the 2019 Nursery Awards which recognises the top 20 most recommended nurseries in each region of the UK are due to close on the 28th February.
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…and Pudsey came to visit us to add that extra sparkle! Huge thanks to our friends at Asda for sending Pudsey to visit the children at our Stafford nursery. We washed cars, we cycled, we baked; but most importantly, we had fun and raised a huge amount of money for Children in Need 2018!
Thank you to everyone who kindly donated to this year’s appeal. The children, staff and parents raised a whopping £2014.16. Well Done everyone! You are amazing!
The children at all three nurseries are taking part in our sponsored ‘Dance with Duggee’ throughout this week. We’re also raising money by selling Pudsey biscuits, wearing our Pyjamas and taking part in Children in need themed activities. So don’t forget to bring some small change!
Getting the children involved and helping them understand what Remembrance Day is all about is so important. Over the course of last week, they made their own poppies and pictures and dedicated them to members of the armed forces whose bravery is never forgotten.