Visit Little Angels

You wouldn’t move into a house just from looking at a picture in an Estate Agent’s window. We wouldn’t expect you to make a decision as important as which nursery to send your child to, based on a brochure. We do hope however, that you now have a better flavour of what Little Angels has to offer your child, and why we would like you to visit us to find out more.

In addition to the nursery we offer Baby Massage courses. These run for four weeks and are open to all babies regardless of whether they attend nursery. Classes are run by a qualified infant massage teacher. Please call 01858 469708 for more details.

We don’t place any restrictions on visiting hours for parents considering sending their children to Little Angels. If there is a particular activity that you would like to see with your child, then you are welcome to base your visit around the best time for you. You may wish to come alone, but it is usually best if you bring your child with you so that they can become more familiar with the nursery.

After your visit and you have made the decision to bring your child here, we will organise special ‘settling in’ sessions to ensure that you can be confident of leaving your child with us.

To arrange a visit to the Little Angels premises just call 01858 469 708 or e-mail We will arrange for a senior member of staff to show you around at a time that suits you best.

I am very proud of the high standards that we set and the excellent staff we have working for us at Little Angels. My children were happy during their time here and I’m confident that yours will be too. I hope you enjoy your visit to our nursery and that it lives up to your expectations. It will be a pleasure to meet you in person and answer any questions that you may have.

Bridget Crane, Little Angels.

"Children of all abilities, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities, make choices about what they want to do. They move around well-planned rooms, selecting resources that they are interested in. Children enjoy a range of activities that staff plan to support their curiosity. They are encouraged to become independent learners and develop confidence. "

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