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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Diving in for a new adventure

A CORBRIDGE day nursery has joined forces with Prudhoe Waterworld to launch a children’s holiday club which will operate during school holidays.

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Splashing time: Little Tinklers manager Georgina Lester and Stacey Adamson at Prudhoe Waterworld.

Following the huge success of the holiday club at Wentworth Leisure Centre in Hexham, run by Little Tinklers Nursery, the childcare provider has spread its wings to launch the new venture in time for next week’s half-term holiday.

The nursery, based at Tinkler’s Yard in Corbridge, opened its doors in 2004 and expanded to launch the Wentworth holiday club in 2009.

Now, after a trial run at Waterworld during school holidays last year, the Prudhoe club will officially launch on Monday and will run during every school holiday except Christmas.

Catering for children aged five to 13 years old, with full Ofsted registration and CRB-checked staff, the club will be run from the creche room at Waterworld by Little Tinklers senior manager Stacey Adamson.

Owner Georgina Lester said: “Youngsters will enjoy organised activities like arts and crafts, baking and sessions on a Nintendo Wii, while making full use of all the facilities including the climbing wall, swimming pool, soft play area, sports hall, junior gym and outdoor play area.”

Open from Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm, spaces are still available for next week, with sibling discounts available.

For more information or to book, contact Little Tinklers on (01434) 634 343.

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