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Woodpeckers Nursery in Sudbury appeals for former pupils to help celebrate 18 years since opening


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Woodpecker's Private Nursery, Melford Road, Sudbury .Woodpecker's Private Nursery has celebrated its 18th anniversary. Picture by Mark Westley. (6983641)
Woodpecker's Private Nursery, Melford Road, Sudbury .Woodpecker's Private Nursery has celebrated its 18th anniversary. Picture by Mark Westley. (6983641)

Celebrating 18 years in business, Sudbury’s Woodpeckers Nursery has launched an appeal for former pupils to get in touch.

The Melford Road nursery is run by Deidre and Jeff Micklewright and, since opening, it has cared for more than 2,000 children.

“We love to hear from our children when they come back for a visit,” said Deidre. “We are always keen to hear their stories.

“We’re very proud of the wonderful young adults they have become and we feel privileged that we have played a part in their early lives,” she added.

The nursery recently held a party to celebrate its 18th anniversary.

Over the years, the venture has grown in size to offer a pre-school breakfast club, school holiday club and a Forest Schools initiative, where children learn and play through nature.

As well as extending its building and adding a flock of chickens to its garden area, the children take part in litter picks around Sudbury and craft and music activities at Devonshire House Care Home in Cavendish.

Deidre and Jeff are keen to hear from any former Woodpeckers to hear how they are getting on.

Contact them at info@woodpeckers-nursery.co.uk.



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