26 January 2018
Bright Horizons Canada Square Day Nursery and Preschool was visited by a local Tower Hamlets councillor this past Tuesday, as part of a week-long celebration into the first birthday of the organisation’s acquisition of the Canary Wharf nurseries.
Councillor Amy Whitelock Gibbs, Cabinet Member for Education and Children Services, was escorted around the nursery by Bright Horizons support staff as well as Nursery Manager Emma Van Rooyen.
Coun. Gibbs said she was impressed with the facilities and learning environment provided by Bright Horizons at the nursery, complimenting both indoor and outdoor play areas as well as the organisation’s health and safety theme, epitomised by health and safety mascot Candy Floss.
“We were delighted that Councillor Gibbs was able to come and visit our nursery and we thank her for doing so,” said Van Rooyen. “It has been a fantastic year since the Bright Horizons acquisition here on Canary Wharf and we look forward to providing exceptional childcare for many years to come.”
This week has seen a number of fun activities take place across Canada Square and the rest of the Canary Wharf nurseries with a Winter ‘One’derland theme.