Renovation work all finished at The Learning Tree
The Learning Tree has undergone a major transformation of their converted chapel. The chapel now boast a new front extension and the rest of the building received a full renovation professional refurbishment.
The works will greatly benefit their practice at the nursery which is now a better brighter and airy space with lots of natural light flooding in. Jessica Baxter the manager is thrilled with the outcome of the work.
The Learning Tree held a celebration on the 30th April to mark the reopening and unveil the transformation and give thanks to all the hard work of the builders and her team. Specially made cupcakes and tea and coffee were served at the party.
Parents old and new were invited to join the party along with Karen Walker and Sarah Bevan who are local councillors for Bath and North East Somerset. The learning tree is a family run nursery offering high-quality affordable care. The nursery is staffed with a passionate caring and enthusiastic team of early year’s practitioners. The nursery is situated in the bucolic village of Peasedown St John.
The rooms are carefully designed with the children in mind making it easier for them to enjoy their time at nursery. Parents are highly impressed with the changes. The staff and management team are keen to convey their eager desire to provide the highest quality care and education and see the improvements as just one of the stepping stones towards their goal.
The nursery is a short ten-minute drive from the city of Bath.