By Hilary Serif - 29th June 2012 7:08am
Cheese and Wine evening
We would like to welcome you all to our Cheese & Wine evening at the Tree House (just follow the lovely new signs by St James School) on Wednesday 4th July from 7.30pm – 9.00pm.
This event is to further inform you of all the exciting changes that are taking place at Tree House and to give you the opportunity to discuss all your childcare needs with us.
#New Climbing Frame
You will also be able to see detail about our wonderful new Tree House Climbing Frame and to learn about the covered outside space we are creating for the children to enjoy.
Please come along and bring as many friends and family as you can. Tickets available from the Tree House which entitle you to a FREE glass of wine and plate of cheese, or just come along on the night.
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