Early Years

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Your support counts

Sunshine Pre-school  Recently awarded “ Outstanding “ for our high quality provision in 2018 (see Ofstead latest report here). is funded by the government to provide childcare, but the amount recieved does not always meet what is required to deliver the services throughtout the year.  That is why we are asking for your support to ensure we remain viable and are able to continue to deliver these valuable services.

The funds that are raised will go to ensure we can continue to support children of parents that work, parents that are training and parents that have other responsibilities.

If  you like to make a donation and support Sunshine Pre-School. You can make a donation by Click Here, no matter how big or small, all will be welcome and will help us continue to deliver outstanding childcare provision for the local community we serve.

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