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Cherubs Nurseries Love the Gloworm Festival.

Cherubs Nurseries have joined the Gloworm Festival Team by joining up as a main sponsor of the brand new, family friendly festival.

Cherubs Nurseries was established in 1993 by Susan and John Mills. Over the last 23 years Cherubs has grown and now operates 10 Nottinghamshire Nurseries, five of which have been graded “Outstanding” by Ofsted. The group also operates 5 Kids’ Clubs, through their partner, Step Ahead Kids’ Clubs and a private co-ed school, Saville House. Caring for over 1,000 children each year Cherubs Nurseries prides itself on offering unrivalled childcare and ensuring positive outcomes for all children.

Susan Mills, Managing Director, said “We’re incredibly excited to be a Headline sponsor at this year’s Gloworm Festival, alongside IKEA, East Midlands Airport, Robin Hood Energy, White Post Farm and Notts TV. We’ll be exhibiting at the Festival over the weekend with Cherubs Nurseries and Step Ahead Kids’ Clubs, where we will be giving away vouchers for Free Registration and Settling in sessions at all our nurseries, worth over £200.

“There will be lots going on at both our stands over the course of the weekend, including the opportunity to win some fantastic toy hampers! Our recruitment team will also be around all weekend so if any visitors are interested in a career in Cherubs Nurseries we would love to meet them.”

The Gloworm Festival is a true family friendly festival that the whole family can enjoy. With live music throughout the weekend, including headliners ‘Toploader’ and ‘Dick and Dom’ (DJ Set) and a whole host of fabulous activities to take part in; a Petting Zoo by White Post Farm, Circus Skills, Soft Play Bus, Kings Camp and more. There will even be a chance to meet some of Children’s TV most popular characters, such as Peppa Pig, Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom and Thomas and Friends.

If anyone would like to find out more you can find Cherubs Nurseries on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and their website, You can also find out more about the Gloworm Festival by go to

Gaz Allen