A new nursery in Haverhill is on track to open in September as building work proceeds on schedule.
The Colourbox Montessori nursery is being built in Haverhill Research Park and will offer part time care for up to 78 three to five month old children.
The roof of the building is now on and it is expected that the work will be done in time for the building to be open for the new term in September.
“Everything’s going absolutely fine,” said Richard Aylwin of the Haverhill Research Park. “The work is progressing and we should definitely be open to welcome children in the autumn term in September.
“Everything will be ready for the nursery to start trading.”
The new nursery will be run as part of the Samuel Ward Academy Trust. Building work began in March.
The single-storey building, designed by Frank Shaw Architects, will be built on the west side of the main estate road, Three Counties Way, close to the entrance to the park.
There will be an external play area and drop-off zone with car parking.