A "much-needed" nursery has opened in the grounds of a busy college near Norwich.

Daisy Chain Nursery is the area's newest early learning centre for children between zero and five years old, located in a "tranquil setting" at the Wymondham College campus.

It is owned by Katy Millage and her husband Michael, and run by manager Lisa Spinks who has more than 25 years of experience in childcare. 

Norwich Evening News: Daisy Chain Nursery opened yesterdayDaisy Chain Nursery opened yesterday (Image: Katy Millage)

Norwich Evening News: It is open to children between the ages of zero and five It is open to children between the ages of zero and five (Image: Katy Millage)

Lisa said of the new nursery: "We are a small family-friendly space with a lot to offer.

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"The nursery rooms are decorated in natural calming colours and we have a vast selection of resources such as Forest School sessions.

Norwich Evening News: Manager Lisa Spinks (left) and owner Katy MillageManager Lisa Spinks (left) and owner Katy Millage (Image: Katy Millage)

"We also have a large outside area with a nature area for exploring and cooking in our 'mud kitchen'."

Owner Katy added: "We are delighted to embark on this new venture and excited to see our much-needed nursery opening in this fantastic location."

As well as Daisy Chain, Katy runs two special needs schools in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft, providing "education and aspiration" to vulnerable young people who struggle with barriers to education.