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Busy Bees Eastleigh is now open

Published: 26 January

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We are delighted to announce that Busy Bees Eastleigh is now open.

Busy Bees Eastleigh, located on Pilgrims Close in Chandlers Ford, will be managed by Centre Director, Cath Harris, who has over 20 years of experience in the early years sector.

Following an investment of over £280,000, the nursery will offer a range of facilities including a nature garden with a woodland trail, a ballet room, and a library, all designed to provide children with a range of exciting learning activities. The centre can care for up to 103 babies and children aged five or under.

Cath Harris, Centre Director at Busy Bees Eastleigh, says: “Our team is so excited to welcome families to our nursery. Our new nursery includes lots of wonderful features from the new gardens to our creative play areas – these have been designed to provide a nurturing environment to ensure children receive the best start in life.

“Our team has over 50 years of combined experience and we are all so excited to be welcoming families to Busy Bees Eastleigh.”

Children attending the nursery will benefit from nutritious NHS-accredited meals and snacks, freshly prepared on-site by the nursery’s chef, Claire. Parents will also gain exclusive access to Busy Bees’ Unleashing Potential’ (UP) app, which helps to support children’s learning and development, as well as their child’s unique online Learning Journal, ParentZone. 

Busy Bees Eastleigh is offering parents 25% off the first three months when they book before Monday 28th February and start by 31st March 2022. 

To find out more and book your visit, please call 0330 333 8133 or visit our Busy Bees Eastleigh nursery page.    

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