A NURSERY among hundreds across the UK has finally reopened during the coronavirus pandemic.

Bright Horizons Bracknell Day Nursery and Preschool in Wokingham Road has detailed its strict plan ahead of reopening.

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The nursery is able to adhere to safe social distancing and has outlined how it will minimise infection.

Freda Yates, nursery manager, said: "We are delighted to be able to welcome back our nursery families and see their children again.

“Our facilities at the nursery, and our enhanced health and hygiene practices, mean we can provide children with a safe and caring place to play and learn. I’m very proud of all of the staff team in how they’ve responded to our new ways of working to help keep the children and themselves safe.”

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All additional measures are in line with Public Health England such as washing hands regularly and keeping a safe two metre distance.

Parents will be given specific details regarding drop off and collection procedures at the nursery to ensure a "safe and smooth transition back to nursery".