Bright Beginnings garden opening
The nursery's new garden was officially opened to children and parents at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on 21 February.
After losing their temporary field space to the new Facilities Directorate building, excitement had been building for the new Bright Beginnings garden.
Dennis Hopper, Director of Facilities Management and the Chairman of our Board of Directors, officially opened the garden to children and parents on Tuesday 21 February.
The garden includes a separate section for 'Forest Frogs' who will be enjoying Forest Frog sessions in the new outdoor space from the beginning of Spring with three forest school trained practitioners.
The children have already started to use the space, and it has proved to be a hit with children, parents and staff alike.Posted in: University news