Pre-school given boost after closure fears

4:00pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

By Josh Pennington

A NATIONAL estate agency has chosen a pre-school in Cuddington as its nominated charity due to fears it could close after 35 years.

Squirrels Pre-School, located in Delamere Park, is suffering from low numbers of children and could be in danger of being closed down.

However, national property group has vowed to help the pre-school by funding the design and print of new leaflets and have included money off offers to support Squirrels.

Mike Lancaster, manager of, said: “What makes this pre-school very different to the more corporate childcare setting is the little things that are done.

“The goal of both is the same which is to provide wonderful learning experiences for the child, but the major difference is the type of learning experience each school provides and the methods they use to achieve such experiences.”

The Squirrels Pre-School Nursery is run by fully qualified staff and offers places for children from two to five years.

Hannah Smith, a trustee for the charity, said: “We are incredibly grateful for the support is providing and the efforts they are making to support our cause.”


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