Community Herald: Environment, nature at heart of new children’s centre

Prospect Bay Children’s Centre owner Lynda Noble stands in the light-flooded Common Room, the heart of her new facilities, in the final weeks before opening her new 5,600 sq.ft. premises.
Prospect Bay Children’s Centre owner Lynda Noble stands in the light-flooded Common Room, the heart of her new facilities, in the final weeks before opening her new 5,600 sq.ft. premises.

A view to nature and a commitment to local lies at the foundation of newly built Prospect Bay Children’s Centre, opening its new 5,600 square foot modern, light-flooded premise in early August.

Spanning 7.4 acres of natural landscape, proprietor Lynda Noble says she designed the new location to be an extension of the outside.

“It’s very natural,” says Noble, holding her detailed workback schedule, with 26 years experience at Prospect Bay Children’s Centre and more than 38 years in the business.

Inspired by a work study in Reggio Emilia, Italy, with it’s world-renowned approach to preschool education, Noble says the large, bright ‘Common Room’ is the heart of the building and a style seen throughout the Italian region.

Full story in the Community Herald.

More information can be found at www.prospectbaychildrenscentre.com

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