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New nursery officially opened last week

PUBLISHED: 19:45 09 January 2013

Opening of new nursery school in Hornchurch Road, Hornchurch,

Christine Washington, with Marie Kearns,

Opening of new nursery school in Hornchurch Road, Hornchurch, Christine Washington, with Marie Kearns,

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A new Hornchurch nursery officially opened last week.

Harmony House, in Hornchurch Road, held an open day to mark its launch, welcoming in new and prospective families.

The nursery is the second the company has opened; the first is in Dagenham, by the same name.

The opening on Friday included a key handover ceremony from the owners of the building Rodwell House to the nursery owners. The building has belonged to the Rodwell family since 1920.

Centre manager Izuka Soligbo said: “It was a good turnout for the open day and parents were able to have a good look around. We now have 25 children on our books.”

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