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FUNDRAISING

If sitting on a committee isn't how you want to get involved in the nursery; don't worry. We have a whole host of ways you can lend us a helping hand.helping your children cross any bridge

GIVE IT A GO?

Cakes sales, summer fetes, even walking up three mountains in 24 hours, there are just so many ways you can help us raise funds and make our children have even bigger smiles.

If you have a big idea, or just want to help us sell cakes, it all helps! Just speak to a member of our care team or the committee to give it a go and join in!

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LEARN ABOUT OUR COMMITTEE

WHY HAVE A COMMITTEE?

Coalbrookdale and Ironbridge Nursery has always prided itself on offering the very best care to all of the little ones that come through our doors at the beginnings of their lives. Equally, we like to ensure that this care extends beyond the child to their family, parents and carers outside of the nursery. One of the best ways we have found to stay in touch with our families is to invite you to be a part of the nursery itself. The committee is comprised of parents who want to play an active role, not just in their child's development, but in the entire make-up of the nursery that helps foster that development.

A HELPING HAND

Joining the committee is one of the best ways to become an active member of our nursery's family. There are many positions to fill, ranging from the chair person to the treasurer. All of our committee members provide a helping hand at the nursery, which is valued by everyone. The committee is elected at our Annual General Meeting, but you can still get involved at any time by speaking to a member of our care team, or your child's key-worker.

We are always looking for members that want to further the development of the nursery, whether that's helping out at one of our many events, or by leading a fundraising activity. As a charity group, fundraising is a key element to our success, we are always looking for new and inspirational ideas to help us raise funds and promote the nursery in the community.

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