Hair today, gone tomorrow as nursery worker donates his hair to charity

  • 23 June 2015
  • Author: Rooftops
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After growing his hair long for 13 years, Luke Henderson, 21, who works at Rooftops Montessori Nursery in Richmond, North Yorkshire, braved the clippers and had his locks cut off to raise over £500 for the Neuro Foundation, an organisation that supports people with neurofibromatosis.  His long hair was first platted before being snipped off and sent to The Princess Trust where the hair will be used to make wigs for children who have lost theirs.




New funding helps nursery expand

  • 23 June 2015
  • Author: Rooftops
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Click here  to see our recent press coverage in the Northern Echo regarding our barn development currently being carried out at Rooftops Nursery to expand childcare places for children aged 0-5 years.  If you have any questions about this development, please contact Hannah Hurley, Nursery Owner.

Newsletter - June 2015

  • 5 June 2015
  • Author: Rooftops
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Concerned about childcare during the summer school holidays?

With 7 weeks to occupy the children this summer, we are all wondering how we will keep them amused and busy, whether you work or just want a bit of time out for yourself, or simply want you child to enjoy different activities, we have lots of holiday club activities to keep them busy, from junk modelling, jewellery making and gardening to outdoor games and walks.  We have something for everyone.  Children are welcome to join in with the various activities, whether it’s for half a day, a full day or all week.  Places are limited so book soon, we can take children up to 8 years. 

Newsletter - April 2015

  • 2 April 2015
  • Author: james
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Whats been happening? This month we have celebrated World Book Day which was a huge success, with our pre-school dressing up as their favourite book characters and making their own books. On Red Nose Day, our babies celebrated Comic Relief with a pyjama week, while pre-school dressed in a variety of outfits and made funny faces with paper plates. We raised £50 for Comic Relief, so well done everyone! Our St. Patricks Day activities included making 4 leaf clovers and learning about the day.

Newsletter - March 2015

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