WAREHAM Nursery has announced it will do its 'absolute best' to stay open throughout the coronavirus outbreak to ensure that accessible childcare is available to those who need it.

Cheryl Hadland, managing director of Tops Day Nurseries, said: "The service we provide means we are just behind the front line.

"Several of our nurseries are on hospital sites and most of the rest look after children whose parents work in the NHS and emergency services.

"Therefore, our commitment is to stay open so that NHS staff can work.

"It is important that we remain united and support each other in any way possible, and I am proud that we are able to help.”

Wareham Nursery is a Tops Day Nursery.

Tops Day Nurseries care for children aged from three months to school age, plus over half of the settings offer a Hi5’s Club for primary school children and will be offering emergency placements between the hours of 6am-8pm, subject to demand and availability.

If the current government decision alters and schools have to close, Tops Day Nurseries will be offering Hi 5’s Club spaces during term time to cater for those who need to get to work and parents who work within the NHS or emergency services will be prioritised.

For more information email enquiries@topsdaynurseries.co.uk or call 0801 699650.