Hatfield nursery celebrates one year anniversary

The children playing at Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.

The children playing at Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.

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A family run Hatfield nursery has celebrated its one year anniversary.

The children playing at Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.The children playing at Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.

The owners of Footsteps 123 Nursery, held in the Jim McDonald Centre, Natasha Skutela and Amy Musicka were joined by staff and 47 children who were in that day to celebrate the occasion.

The pair started as childminders in Potters Bar in 2015 before opening their own nursery in March 2017.

Staff and parents gifted the duo a number of presents on the day including a spa day and the children handmade happy birthday banners.

The nursery, which now has 82 children attending, also raised £1,349 to go towards its playground.

The children playing at Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.The children playing at Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.

Natasha said: “Myself and Amy are so overwhelmed with how far we’ve come in just a year and are thankful to everyone for supporting us.”

During the special day on March 13, the pair kept a normal day session going but enjoyed some cake with the children and parents at snack time.

The children playing at Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.The children playing at Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.

Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.Footsteps 123 Nursery in Hatfield. Picture: Supplied.

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