A nursery in Buckinghamshire has celebrated its reopening following an ‘extensive refurbishment’, including a complete redesign of its interior and exterior spaces.

The Old Station Nursery, located on the grounds of Foxes Piece Primary School on Newfield Road in Marlow, held a celebratory ribbon-cutting event on Friday, October 20, to mark its reopening after undergoing an “extensive” upgrade of its learning facilities.

The newly redesigned space includes new indoor and outdoor wooden play equipment, designed to “ignite the imagination and curiosity” of the children aged between 0 and 5 who are cared for on either a full or part-time basis by nursery staff.

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Rebecca Scrace, Early Years Advisor for Buckinghamshire Council, cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of the refurbished facility, where attending parents were then invited to browse the new nursery space which will reportedly provide enhanced nurturing of the early stages of childhood development.

Nursery Manager Naeer Khan said: “Thank you to Rebecca for officially opening the nursery with a wonderful ribbon-cutting ceremony, and to all the parents and staff who attended this special day.

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“The event was a huge success, and we are delighted to now be officially open, ready for new parents and children to start this autumn and winter.”

The Old Station Nursery was founded in 2002, with its ties to Foxes Piece designed to facilitate as smooth and seamless a transition to ‘big school’ as possible.