Two Wisbech friends who only went into business four years ago have set up their second nursery in grounds of farm

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Two friends have set up their second day nursery on the site of a small farm.

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Last week, Kate Thorpe and Michelle Bailey opened Krazy Dayz nursery at Oak Tree Farm in Walpole St Andrew.

They are holding an open days on Saturday (10.30-1.30pm) and Sunday (1-3pm) for anyone who may be interested in having a look around or have a need for childcare.

The pair opened their first nursery in a Walsoken warehouse four years ago. It proved so popular that the nursery has gone from 44 to 68 places.

Mrs Bailey said: “When we first started the plan was to run the nursery from our homes but we brought too many toys.

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“We found the warehouse and built inside and have expanded from there.

“When an opportunity arose to look and take on another setting located a few miles away over the Norfolk boarder in Walpole St Andrew we both couldn’t resist.

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“The buildings were previously used as a nursery which closed in 2012 and is located on a small rural farm.

“It is a 64 place setting which offers flexible full day care to children aged from birth to five years as well as breakfast.”

Michelle Baileyand Kate Thorpe.

Michelle Baileyand Kate Thorpe. - Credit: Archant

For more information about the nursery, call 01945 738083.

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