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Milton Keynes pre-school revamp

Official opening of Coffee Tots, Coffee Hall, Milton Keynes.
Jephson Housing and contractors donated their time and materials to the pre-school project.
James Devlin cuts the ribbon with Steve Coventry, chairman of the pre school.

Official opening of Coffee Tots, Coffee Hall, Milton Keynes. Jephson Housing and contractors donated their time and materials to the pre-school project. James Devlin cuts the ribbon with Steve Coventry, chairman of the pre school.

A bright new building for bright new things - that’s what awaits youngsters at Coffee Tots Pre-School in Coffee Hall.

The pre-school was previously based at the Bridge Academy, but moved to a new location in Jonathans so that it could expand.

And with the help of Jephson Homes Housing Association, which has offices in Wolverton, £25,000-worth of work has transformed two bungalows knocked together into the new base.

Fiona O’Brien, early years lead practitioner at the pre-school which caters for children aged between two and four, said: “Thank you to everyone who was involved in the refurbishment of our premises. Without their dedication and commitment we would not have a building that we are so proud to call our own.

“So much work has gone into it and no request from us was ever too much. It is more than we could ever have dreamed of having, and opens up so many opportunities for the children.

“It’s a dream come true.”

 

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