Little Thetford Acorns Pre-School to host open day

PUBLISHED: 12:34 24 October 2017

Children pictured at a Little Thetford Acorns Pre-School open day last year.

Children pictured at a Little Thetford Acorns Pre-School open day last year.


Families are invited to drop in any time between 12noon and 2pm to come and look round, speak to the manager and meet the staff.

Little Thetford Acorns, located in Little Thetford village three miles south of Ely, offers

child-led pre-school care to children between the ages of two years five months and five years.

It achieved a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted in August 2016,

Manager Zoe Corley, who is a qualified early years teacher, said: “We really look forward to welcoming prospective families.

“Our open day is the perfect opportunity as it’s half term for our attending children, so the staff and I can focus fully on welcoming and talking to our prospective new parents… all over a cup of coffee and a slice of homemade

cake, of course!”

For more information on Little Thetford Acorns and the open day call Zoe Corley on 01353 649234, visit or go to the LTA Facebook page:


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