Children’s centre unveils wooden clock to celebrate anniversary

PUBLISHED: 11:00 05 May 2018

Children, parents, Friends Group and staff with the new clock marking Ashcombe Children's Centre's 10th anniversary.

Children, parents, Friends Group and staff with the new clock marking Ashcombe Children's Centre's 10th anniversary.

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A wooden clock has been created for a Weston-super-Mare children’s centre to mark its 10th anniversary.

Ashcombe Children’s Centre shares a building in Stepping Stone Walk with Springboard Opportunity Group and Ashcombe Primary School reception classes.

The Friends of Ashcombe Children’s Centre chose to raise money for the centre, to benefit everyone who uses the space.

As well as buying a defibrillator, the group designed, commissioned and paid for a large wooden clock for the children’s central play area.

It was made by Somerset Wood Recycling, a social enterprise which makes products out of recycled wood.

Rebecca Price, early years worker for South Weston Children’s Centres, said: “These parents and the local community are making a difference.”

To volunteer with the friends, email rebecca.price2@n-somerset.gov.uk

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