Celebration open day for pre-school at Great Brickhill
Little Ashes Pre-School is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an open day on Saturday, May 12, 11am until 1pm, at Great Brickhill Parish Hall, to raise funds for their children's '˜wish list'.
All are welcome to enjoy the fun and games planned. There will be bacon and egg butties, Buck’s Fizz, inflatable toys, old fashioned games, craft stalls and a visit from Princess Belle - courtesy of Made For The Stage parties.
The pre-school was established in December 1967, and this academic year sees the 50th anniversary celebrations of the small, charity-run community pre-school.
The two-time Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ early years provider is hosting a number of exciting events throughout the year to celebrate the important milestone, as well as the support it has received over the last 50 years.
The Pre-School started life as a more informal childcare group in the old village hall. Over the next 20 years it became a member of the Pre-school Learning Alliance and recruited a voluntary management committee. When the village hall was demolished in 1991, the Pre-School moved into High Ash Primary School, temporarily, while the larger Parish Hall was built.
Once comfortably in the new building, in 1994, the Pre-School was able to register with the Charities Commission.
A spokeswoman said: “Little Ashes has always striven tirelessly to provide a happy, friendly and safe educational environment for its children and, in both 2011 and 2015, the Pre-School was judged by Ofsted as an ‘Outstanding’ provider, which is something the whole committee, staff and parents are proud of.
For further information on the Pre-School, please email [email protected] or call 07855 215154.