Posted: Fri 14th Jun 2019

Wrexham nursery ranked by parents as one of the best in Wales for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Friday, Jun 14th, 2019

A nursery in Wrexham has been ranked as one of the best within Wales.

Parents have rated Cherry Hill Children’s Day Nursery, on Borras Park Road, as one of the Top 20 nurseries, out of 386 early years settings in Wales.

The top twenty nurseries in Wales received an award from the leading day nurseries reviews site,, with the award based on the nursery’s reviews from the children’s families and carers.

Each nursery was rated on overall standard, facilities and outside space, learning, resources and equipment and ICT, care, activities, staff, food and nutrition, management, cleanliness, safeguarding as well as value for money.

Lisa Holland, nursery manager said: “We are thrilled with being named one of the best 20 nurseries in Wales for 2019 and even more so that we are the only one in our area.

“Each and every nursery is unique in its own way and we pride ourselves each day by giving quality childcare to the children we care for.

“Cherry Hill Children’s Day Nursery was opened in January 2007 and has been run by the same manager since day one. We have doubled in size since opening as we started as a 30 place nursery and we are now a 61 place nursery.”

Amanda Hopkins, reviews manager of, said: “We would like to congratulate Cherry Hill Children’s Day Nursery on being rated by parents as a top nursery in Wales.

“Being chosen as one of the best nurseries by family and carers of children that attend the setting is a huge achievement.

“Reviews of the Top 20 nurseries show these settings offer children stimulating and nurturing environments, which boosts their social and emotional wellbeing and enhances their learning.

“A child’s brain goes through huge changes in the first five years and these formative years impact on their whole life, which is why we celebrate those nurseries, which play an essential role in educating and caring for children.”

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