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Childbase Partnership colleagues enjoy ‘Family Fun Day’

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Nursery Manager completes epic bike ride for charity

Marlow Day Nursery Manager, Karen Vockins, may have given up cycle riding when she was five years old but she was well and truly ‘back in the saddle’ for an epic 54 mile ride from London to Brighton in aid of The British Heart Foundation.

Celebrating with children, staff and...

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Ministerial backing for Childbase report

Politicians in the House of Commons are lining up to support a Childbase ‘push’ for increased employee ownership in UK businesses.

Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, publicly backed the idea as an answer to current economic ails, and now Employment Minister Norman Lamb and leading...

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The Childbase Partnership – a ‘Best Company to Work For’

The Childbase Partnership has continued its meteoric rise up The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For Lists, achieving 13th place overall and remaining the only childcare provider listed.

Acclaimed as 'Extraordinary' by Best Companies, the employee-owned, Buckinghamshire-based...

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We are the Champions!’

Childbase Partnership Councillors and staff are champions in promoting employee ownership and that’s official.

Sharing a prestigious award with Waitrose at the Annual Employee Ownership Association Conference last week in Birmingham, our 30-strong team of delegates made such an impression...

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Victoria House opens in the heart of Marlow.

Little Zoe Bingham may not be two years old yet but until recently she had a new day nursery in the heart of Marlow named after her.

The new Childbase nursery in Victoria Road, was affectionately known as 'Zoe's Nursery' during re-building works because she was the first child enrolled....

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HOME SECRETARY TALKS TO CATERPILLARS

Home Secretary, Theresa May, left behind the affairs of state on Friday afternoon to chat to Caterpillars in the garden at Mulberry Day Nursery in Maidenhead.

The MP for Maidenhead and Minister for Women and Equalities, was officially opening a new garden designed especially for the...

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