A brand new nursery is opening in Cheltenham

Part of the Dean Close Foundation, a new Little Trees Nursery is opening in Cheltenham this September 2021.

Little Trees Nursery is opening a third venue in Gloucestershire this September 2021.

The new nursery, which is part of the Dean Close Foundation, will be located in Christ Church in Cheltenham and will join the Lansdown, Cheltenham and Hucclecote, Gloucester nurseries in the Gloucestershire collection.

Little Trees Christ Church will be based at Airthrie Independent School, which recently became a part of the Dean Close Foundation, and will be a small-setting, discreet nursery with the aim of providing a ‘loving, nurturing and safe environment to help encourage the talent of individuals to flourish and grow’.

Little Trees Christ Church will welcome littles ones aged three months to four years old and hopes to create space for some of the children who are on the waiting list for its Lansdown venue, which has been so popular that it has had to turn children away for some months, while also opening up places to existing Airthrie families who would find this service helpful.

Little Trees Christ Church will open this September 2021, subject to Ofsted approval.

For more information, to enrol your child or to book a tour, visit deancloselittletrees.co.uk.

By Maddy Richards

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Wednesday 04 August 2021

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