Wenlock settings join forces

The Much Wenlock Babies and Toddlers Group is now affiliated with Little Willows Much Wenlock Nursery. The group provides monthly forest school and sensory sessions as well as linking activities to the current topics being explored in their Early Years setting.

The setting’s aim is to help the children to become confident and secure in their environment so that transition into nursery and then school is less daunting. A spokesperson said, “It’s important for children to be explorers, thinkers and through carefully planned activities by Early Years practitioners. Joining the Babies and Toddler group is beneficial as a nurturing and exciting place for you and your child to be.”

The drop-in sessions take place on a Tuesday morning from 9 to 11am for just £2 per child or £3 per family. Alternatively, if you would like any more information on the nursery, contact Much Wenlock Primary School to arrange a visit or pick up a prospectus.


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