Past and present staff, parents and children invited to Whaddon nursery manager’s retirement tea party

PUBLISHED: 18:10 13 December 2017 | UPDATED: 18:10 13 December 2017

Retiring Bumpkins nursery manager Nessa Taylor. Picture: Courtesy of Cath Boughton

Retiring Bumpkins nursery manager Nessa Taylor. Picture: Courtesy of Cath Boughton

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Past and present staff, parents and children from a Whaddon nursery are invited to a celebration to mark the retirement of a long-serving member of staff.

Manager Nessa Taylor started out at Bumpkins – based in Leyhill Farm in Bridge Street – when the nursery first opened its doors back in 1999.

She has worked with hundreds of children, many of whom are now fully-grown adults.

The drop-in tea party, at Whaddon Village Hall in Church Street, is on Monday next week between 3.30pm and 7pm – and they would love to see as many past and present faces as possible.

If you would like to attend, RSVP laura@bumpkinsnursery.co.uk.

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