Happy Days Nursery and Pre-School opens its doors in Salisbury
A NEW nursery in Salisbury has officially opened its doors to children and families.
Happy Days Nursery and Pre-School, Salisbury celebrated on Friday, January 20, after officially opening.
Following the delayed opening due to the Covid pandemic, the nursery is now complete and boasts a high-end provision for children and colleagues to thrive. The purpose-built and modern nursery provides childcare for babies, toddlers, and preschool children, aged 0-5 years.
The nursery is located in the new Longhedge Village, just on the outskirts of Salisbury, ideally located just minutes off the A345, which connects Salisbury to Amesbury and the A303. The nursery has parking bays located directly outside for ease of drop off and pick up. It offers full-time and part-time care from 7:30am to 6:00pm and is registered for 81 children.
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The event was attended by the Mayor of Salisbury, Tom Corbin, Mark Beadle, Happy Days Nurseries chairman, Kim Herbert, Happy Days Nurseries MD, Nicola Reay, nursery manager and several other special guests including nursery children, parents, staff, businesses, and services. The opening was officially declared by the mayor who cut the ribbon, to mark the celebration.
Mayor of Salisbury, Tom Corbin said: “It gave me great pleasure to meet all the people who have been involved in the creation and building of Happy Days Nursery and Preschool at Longhedge and to meet the staff who I know will make this a wonderful and welcoming learning space for countless generations to come and I wish them every success.”
Commenting on the new nursery and the official opening event, Kim Herbert added: “We are so pleased to have opened our nursery at Longhedge Village, and really look forward to supporting the wider community. We are very pleased to have worked alongside the Wiltshire Early Years team to be part of the development at Longhedge and we are thrilled to be offering as many children as possible the very best start in life.”