Enchanted Day Nursery in Letchworth starts as it means to go on with launch event

PUBLISHED: 17:04 25 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:29 25 October 2017

L-R Deputy manager Melanie Purton, nursery assistant Stephanie Evans, nursery manager Natalie Duncan, Heritage Foundation chairman Colin Chatfield, nursery director Clair Davison, nursery nurse Denise Panteny, nursery nurse Harriet Davidson-Southgate. Picture: Kevin Lines

L-R Deputy manager Melanie Purton, nursery assistant Stephanie Evans, nursery manager Natalie Duncan, Heritage Foundation chairman Colin Chatfield, nursery director Clair Davison, nursery nurse Denise Panteny, nursery nurse Harriet Davidson-Southgate. Picture: Kevin Lines

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A Letchworth nursery held a launch event with soft play, face painting and a cake sale to celebrate the upcoming opening.

Enchanted Day Nursery was officially opened by chairman of the Heritage Foundation, Colin Chatfield at the launch party on Saturday, October 14.

The day saw families joining in for fun activities and meeting the staff that have worked hard in the days leading up to the opening.

Many parents enrolled their children at the launch after seeing the modern and fun decor and meeting the staff.

Nursery Manager Natalie Duncan said: “We want to thank everyone who came along to the launch day. We hope people enjoyed being able to view the nursery and taking part in the activities.”

Enchanted Day Nursery. Picture: Kevin LinesEnchanted Day Nursery. Picture: Kevin Lines

The nursery will open for business on Monday. If you require any further information you can contact the team on 01462 417382 or email info@enchanteddaynursery.co.uk.

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