New Nursery, Little Footprints Opens In Salford

A completely new, state-of-the-art nursery has opened its doors to cater for 50 children in Salford.

Little Footprints , located on Little Moss Lane in Swinton will provide childcare for children aged between six weeks and four years old.

The nursery will be managed by Jayne Mallet who has more than 20 years worth of experience working with young children.

Little Footprints was launched by owners Shahed and Asma Deen with support from the Royal Bank of Scotland. On the premises, it has four separate rooms each providing specialised care for children within a specific age group.

These are named the Tiny Toes, First Steps, Little Striders and Happy Feet.

The nursery also has a sensory room and an outdoor garden that children of all ages will have access to whilst a dedicated chef prepares freshly cooked meals.

Asma said:

“We are thrilled that the new nursery is now open and are looking forward to welcoming children and their families to have a look at the facilities we have created.

“We have invested a great deal into the development of the nursery and I know that we have created somewhere that both children and parents will love.

“The nursery has been carefully planned, ensuring that the setting provides children with a stimulating yet nurturing environment, and is filled with fun and educational resources.”

She further added:

“The support we have had from Royal Bank of Scotland for Little Footprints has been fantastic and has enabled us to develop a nursery of the highest standard.”

Michele Fynan, the business relationship manager at RBS stated:

“I am pleased that we have been able to support Shahed and Asma with the opening and development of Little Footprints. They have created an outstanding facility which will help to provide more choice to families in the area looking for childcare.”

October 11, 2018

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