Child Services

Burwell Happy Tots
Baby & toddler group which is open to parents and carers with children from 0-5 years old.
At Gardiner Memorial Hall
Days: Wednesdays (term time only) Time: 9.30am - 11.30am
Cost: £2.50 per family (incl refreshments for carer and child)
Ages: 0-4 years
Chaired by: Alison Dodds
The group also runs through school holidays.

Web (netmums page)

burwellhappytots@hotmail.co.uk

Burwell Happy Tots
The Red House Day Nursery
Owner: Joanna Redfarn
Service Offered: Day Nursery (Privately Owned), Open all year, Full Day Care
Age Range: from 0 years 3 months to 5 years 0 months
Opening Days: Mon-Fri
Opening Hours: 0800-1800

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The Red House Day Nursery
Burwell Early Learners
A charitable foundation situated in Burwell aiming to provide all members of the local community with a safe, happy and stimulating environment for young children to become confident and start to develop many of the skills that they will require when they start school through a play structured approach. The Dolphin room welcomes children aged from 16 months, the Starfish for children aged from 2½ years and the Seahorse Room for those children in their pre school year. Burwell Early Learners Logo/>
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01638 744065

Burwell Early Learners Page
Cambridgeshire Children's Centres
Cambridgeshire Children's Centres offer the chance for families with children aged 0 to 5 to have fun, play, learn and grow together. Mums, dads, carers and parents-to-be can access the information, support and services they need. Health services and clinics
Baby weighing and development checks
Family support services
Activities, groups, events and courses
Early years education and childcare
Employment and training advice
Information hub for families
Parenting advice and support
Speech and language and additional needs support

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Proposal for battery energy storage facility
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Invite to Consultation
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• Aura Power, a renewable energy developer, is looking to develop a battery-based energy storage system (BESS) on land at Weirs Drove, Burwell

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