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‘Home from home environment’ for children who attend new baby room

A child enjoys playtime at Little Owls in Scarning, ahead of the opening of a new baby room. Picture: JUSTINE WATTS

A child enjoys playtime at Little Owls in Scarning, ahead of the opening of a new baby room. Picture: JUSTINE WATTS

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Children will be welcomed to a “home from home environment” if they decide to fly the nest into Scarning’s newest baby nursery.

Scarning Little Owls will be opening a brand-new Tawny Owl baby nursery from July 30 this year.

Little Owls, at Railway Farm, off Fen Road, opened last September as an extension to Toftwood Little Owls for children aged between 2 to 4.

Justine Watts, from the nursery, said: “This will offer a home from home environment for children under the age of two.”

The baby nursery will be housed in a purpose-built building, divided into a variety of areas to include a messy area, exploring and imaginative area, and separate sleeping sections coupled with toilets and changing rooms.

The nursery will be holding an open week in May.

For information, or to book an appointment, ring 01362 690777 or visit the website www.littleowls-nursery.co.uk.

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