New home for Leeds nursery ‘tadpoles’ after flood

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YOUNGSTERS at a Kirkstall nursery have been given a temporary new home after theirs became flooded over the Christmas holidays.

The Bright Horizons Tadpoles Nursery was one of many businesses to fall victim to the Boxing Day floods.

The ground floor was badly flooded and is currently unusable.

In order to help the nursery continue to provide care for the babies and toddlers, Leeds City Council’s Burley Park Children’s Centre has offered a temporary home for the youngsters until their building is back up and running.

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