Decade of education toasted at Therfield pre-school

PUBLISHED: 09:03 11 February 2012 | UPDATED: 16:53 13 February 2012

The jubilant crowd at the celebration

The jubilant crowd at the celebration


A DECADE of education was toasted by a Crow country pre-school last week with staff, committee members and children enjoying the festivities.

Therfield Village Pre-School celebrated its 10th anniversary in the village halll for a glass of wine, or squash, and slice of cake.

The pre-school first opened in 2002 after a childminder, Trisha Hayes, and a mum, Kim Chappell, got together with other parents in the village to establish a school after a nursery closed down.

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