Press release from Elmscot Day Nursery and Nursery School Nantwich.
Elmscot Day Nursery and Nursery School Nantwich took home the golden duck after winning this year’s Nantwich Duck Race.
The annual event saw local businesses and residents gather at Mill Island in Nantwich. Everyone watched the dozens of beautifully decorated rubber ducks as they all floated down the River Weaver.
This year the race was organised by members of the Nantwich Lions Club and was raising money for Hope House Children’s Hospice.
Named specially by the nursery staff, Elmsquack became the fastest duck of them all – much to the delight of the team who were cheering him on. Leann Banks, Nursery Manager at Elmscot Nantwich was there to joyfully accept the trophy from Nantwich Town Mayor, David Marren.
“We’re delighted to be the winners of this year’s Duck Race. We love getting involved with the local community and it was great to see so many people there to support the event,” said Leann.
“Hope House Children’s Hospice is such an incredible cause, supporting local families in Nantwich. We were extremely pleased to be able to donate and show our support.”
Elmscot Nantwich is part of the Elmscot Group of Day Nurseries and Nursery Schools, providing outstanding childcare and education to over 1,800 children across Cheshire.
To find out more about Elmscot Day Nursery and Nursery School Nantwich and the incredible facilities or to register for a place, please contact the Nursery Manager directly on 01270 629 005 or email email@example.com.