A KIDDERMINSTER nursery celebrated the opening of their new play area with a charity coffee morning for parents, carers and staff.

Little Trinity Nursery raised £161.98 for Macmillan Cancer Support in a charity coffee morning to mark the opening of their new children's play area.

School Staff, parents and carers were invited to donate cakes and take part in a raffle to raise funds for the cancer charity.

The new play area was completed over the summer and features literacy and mathematical areas, a growing section, sand and water-play, mark-making and ICT, and an all-weather canopy.

The new facility adds to their existing playground which incorporates climbing and play equipment, role-play, mini beast and mud kitchen.

Little Trinity Nursery Manager Gaynor Carter said: “Parents and children have been so excited to see the new area come to life, with the children so eager to go and explore that I don't think we are now ever going to get them back inside.

“This investment will hugely benefit all our children for many years to come.

"It’s important to invest in the future and to ensure our nursery continues to thrive, offering the very best for Little Trinity Nursery children today, and tomorrow.”