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Pre-School is a non-profit making registered charity and relies on income from fees, funding, grants and fundraising.


We have a fantastic Committee who organise a range of activities throughout the year. Previously, they have held our Wonderful Winter Fayre and organised personalised Christmas cards and leavers tote bags.

Funds are also raised by holding events such as cake sales and donations from external sources such as parents holding a raffle at their work or a donation from another fundraiser in the community. We have also been lucky enough to be awarded a grant from The Farnsfield Trust.


We have recently been one of the chosen charities for the Co-op Community Fund. This has enabled us to buy new equipment for our outdoor area and also develop our indoors to a much nicer, natural and tactile environment.

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Recently, we received a community grant donation from Gusto Construction. One of of parents is an amployee and nominated us for a grant. They money were were awarded was spent on a new 'Contruction Corner' for the children, who were delighted with it!

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Thanks to a further donation from Mansfield Sand, we have been able to enhance and add to our construction zone.

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We have also received grants and donations from: The Plough Inn, Center Parcs, Farnsfield Parish Council, The Farnsfield Trust and Farnsfield Friendship Club

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Farnsfield Parish Council used money from their Covid-19 Fund to pay for our first ever coach trip! We went to Willow Tree Family Farm in Shirebrook. The highlight of the children's day was the coach trip! 

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