A children’s nursery in Cawston has made it through to the finals of a national competition.
Nature Trails Day Nursery is shortlisted for National Day Nursery Association’s Nursery of the Year Award 2013.
The award, supported by Hope Education, is voted for by parents and recognises the contribution good quality nurseries make to the lives of children and parents.
Alison Dyke, owner and manager of Nature Trails Day Nursery, said: “I’m really pleased to be a finalist in the NDNA Nursery of the Year Award and would like to thank all the parents who took the time to nominate us.
“We are committed to providing outstanding day care in a rural environment, where children can learn and grow. We have a dedicated team of staff team who will always go that extra mile for children in our care.”
Nature Trails Day Nursery will find out on June 20.
Alison added: “It is great for the team’s hard work to be recognised through nomination for this award.”
A total of 11 nurseries from across the UK have been shortlisted for the award and are in with the chance of winning £1,400 of Hope Education vouchers.