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Work for Us

Nursery nurse, part time position 16 hours a week over 4 days, 10:45am-2:45pm Applicants need to have an minimum level 2 qualification We are looking for an enthusiastic, conscientious, friendly person to join our close-knit team. This is an opportunity to work within a voluntary organisation to really make a difference. Working as part of […]

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The Children Visit Parkview

Some of the nursery children had a wonderful time at Park View Residential home on the 31st October at their Halloween Party. The children played sleeping lions, apple bobbing and musical statues before having a lovely, ghoulish, Halloween snack! The children have been visiting the residents at Parkview usually on a Wednesday or Thursday morning […]

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Halloween Trip to Roves Farm

Some of our families had a fantastic day out on the 29th September at the Roves Farm Park. The 15 adults and 29 children boarded the coach at 10:00 from the Family Haven. Everyone had a fun day. We could not have ask for better weather, it was lovely and sunny. The children had a great time carving pumpkins, feeding […]

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Farewell to our Chairman

It is with great sadness that September marked the retirement from the board of our longest serving trustee and recent chair, Nick Bury. Nick had served for over fifteen years as trustee including the last three years as Chair. We are very fortunate to have enjoyed the services of Nick for such long a time […]

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Trip to Weston Super Mare

Wednesday 16th August 2017 The families from The Family Haven left the centre at 10am and arrived in Weston at approximately 11:30am. Once they had collected their pushchairs and belongings, the families headed for the beach. As the weather was quite warm and the sun shining at times some of the families stayed on the […]

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Is your child protected?  New campaign reminds parents of the importance of childhood vaccinations

This week it is World Immunisation Awareness Week, and the NHS is reminding parents and carers of the importance of vaccinating their child against a host of serious diseases. The vaccination jabs which children receive in their early years – between birth and when they first go to school – are very important in helping […]

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