Bamber Bridge nursery has officially reopened after the 2021 fire

The Children of Busy Bees Bamber Bridge with Marg Randles

Busy Bees Bamber Bridge has officially reopened after a £900,000 renovation.










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Marg Randles, co-founder of Busy Bees and South Ribble Mayor Councilor Jane Bell officially reopened the nursery with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, May 5.

After suffering a fire last June, the crèche underwent a complete renovation behind closed doors.

Read more: Children evacuated from fire at Bamber Bridge nursery

The center at School Lane now offers fully refurbished bedrooms suitable for every age group, two redesigned gardens and a range of learning resources and equipment, including a baby yoga room.

Busy Bees Bamber Bridge has officially reopened with a groundbreaking ceremony
The nursery was officially reopened with a groundbreaking ceremony

Vicky Jackson, Center Manager of Busy Bees Bamber Bridge, said: “We are absolutely delighted that our founder, Marg, and the mayor are officially reopening our nursery.

“The team and all of our families have been incredibly supportive over the past few months.

“The refurbishment now means we can provide even better facilities and learning opportunities to ensure our children have the best start in life.”

Marg Randles, co-founder of Busy Bees, added: “It has been an honor to reopen the Bamber Bridge nursery.

“The team have done an outstanding job of ensuring that the crèche provides the best learning facilities for our children and a place where they can learn, grow and play. I wish them every success for the future.

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