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Christmas Party Day!

Our children and staff had an amazing Christmas party today with the Oasis group. Everyone enjoyed crafting a Christmas tree before tucking into some ice cream and jelly. Of course it wouldn’t be a Christmas party without some presents and our children exchanged gifts with the Oasis members – it was such a joy to see so many smiling faces.
Thank you to everyone who came along and really got into the Christmas spirit with our wee ones 🥰

A big thanks too to our fantastic staff team and who always rise to the occasion, to our lovely caretaker Lesley for accommodating us and also a big thank you to the community fund who funded our party.

Gala Afternoon Teas at Home – Saturday June 12th 2021

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Do you have a neighbour, friend or relative who is elderly, lonely or in poor health? If so please let us know! We have a Gala Day treat planned for them!

On Gala Day, while the Gala Committee are arranging their Gala Day Treat Bags for Mini Garden Galas to village children, Cambusbarron Village Nursery will be out and about delivering special Gala Afternoon Tea Goody Bags around Cambusbarron. Our goody bags will consist of a fantastic afternoon tea (made by our very own Michael More) and some little treats made by CVN children. We want to deliver a bag to as many Cambusbarron residents whose lives have been made more difficult because of pandemic restrictions as we can. So, please tell us about any neighbours, friends and/or relatives who might welcome a wee treat. There are several ways to get in touch:

You can email us with information at jane@CambusbarronVillageNursery.com or

you can write the information down and either pop it in one of our boxes available at the Library or in Devine Hair or in an envelope to us (please mark it CVN Afternoon Teas) at the Community Centre (it can be posted in our mail box at the left hand side of the front door if the centre is closed) or fill in the online form

CVN is very grateful for support received from Foundation Scotland and Cambusbarron Community Council which makes this project possible.