Bright Kids Crabbs Cross is a top nursery

Children and staff celebrated the award during their D-Day celebrations. SP

Children and staff celebrated the award during their D-Day celebrations. SP

First published in Local

BRIGHT Kids day nursery in Crabbs Cross, Redditch has won an award for being a top recommended nursery in the West Midlands region.

It came in seventh position out of 1,178 nurseries in the West Midlands region. The top 10 nurseries in the region received an award from online directory and industry website daynurseries.co.uk.

The award was based on the nursery’s online recommendations by parents and carers of children that attend.

Director of daynurseries.co.uk, Davina Ludlow, said: “We felt the best people to rate a day nursery were the people who really know its ins and outs; the parents, relatives, and guardians of the children who attend.

“Bright Kids at Crabbs Cross has proved that it is an excellent childcare setting and we’d like to congratulate them on being a top recommended nursery in the West Midlands. It’s a great achievement to be recognised for your hard work but particularly from the people who you work hard for.

“The nursery will be recognised on our website as a top recommended nursery and will also receive a certificate from us.”

Manager at Bright Kids Crabbs Cross manager Anita Shepherd said: “We were amazed to get the award. It was such a lovely surprise and a great achievement for everyone at the nursery. At Bright Kids Crabbs Cross we feel we offer a safe, stimulating and fun environment which allows children to develop creativity and curiosity through challenging and engaging activities.

“We would like to thank the parents for their continuous support, staff for their hard work and commitment and the past, present and future children of Bright Kids that enrich our lives.”

The nursery celebrated the award during its D Day 70th anniversary celebrations on June 6, when children dressed up and had a party to commemorate the occasion.

For all winners, see daynurseries.co.uk/awards.

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