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Kids Allowed nursery chain to open new £2.6m nursery

Article By: Sue Learner, News Editor

Nursery chain Kids Allowed is to open a new £2.6m nursery next year.

Jennie Johnson, chief executive of Kids Allowed

The new nursery, which is subject to planning permission, will be on Manchester Road A56, in Altrincham, and will open in September 2014.

The nursery will bring the Kids Allowed portfolio up to six, with its other nurseries in Cheadle Royal, Didsbury, Stockport, Macclesfield and Knutsford.

The new purpose-built nursery will have places for 160 children and will have age specific rooms with access to their own garden, a multi-sensory room, one way porthole windows allowing parents to see their children settling in without disturbing them and biometric fingerprint technology meaning only staff and parents can enter the nursery.

The centre will also have a roof top garden and an onsite chef offering a variety of dishes certified as nutritionally balanced.

Jennie Johnson, chief executive at Kids Allowed said, “We know there is an under provision of childcare in Altrincham with many parents struggling to find a nursery place. We are confident that our Altrincham centre will be just as popular as our other five centres and expect demand for places to be high.

“Our childcare centres provide high quality childcare as well as meeting the needs and expectations of family life.”

The new nursery will make Kids Allowed the largest provider of childcare places in the South Manchester and Cheshire area.


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