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.

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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

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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
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