New childcare extension opens at Ysgol Penmorfa

Ysgol Penmorfa in Prestatyn has officially opened its new Childcare Facility, which will now be fully operational for the new term.

The extension increases the capacity of childcare provision in the area, allowing more local families to benefit from high quality childcare in Prestatyn.

This will make a real difference to the lives of children and families in the area and give children access to learning from a young age.

The work on the extension began in September 2022, following the successful appointment of the building contractor TG Williams. The work was finalized during the summer holidays of 2023.

The project has been funded by the Welsh Government’s Flying Start Capital Grant.


Councillor Gill German Deputy Leader and Lead Member for Education, Children and Families said:

“The opening of this new childcare facility is great news for the Prestatyn area and will give our children and families a further opportunity to access high quality childcare here in Denbighshire.

“We are committed to providing the best possible start for our children and I am so pleased that we have been able to expand our childcare offer in this way, thanks to Welsh Government capital funding and the hard work of all involved.”


Image caption: Cllr Gill German, Sharon Davies Headteacher, Janet Jones Chair of Governors, Cllr Jason Mclellan, Geraint Davies Head of Education

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