Sunday, 19 March 2017 19:36

Tilly Tots Daycare

Written by The Webmaster

The building that now houses Tilly Tots Daycare was originally built in 1905 as a Laundry Room by the philanthropic Colonel France-Hayhurst and serviced the laundry of the many servants and workers at The Hall. At that time the laundry for the family at The Hall was washed and ironed in a purpose built room in what is now 2 Bostock Green. The square tower of the building housed a massive water tank, and beneath it were two boilers heated by fires; the water was pumped up into the tower by a windmill, situated behind the building.

It is thought that the building became the Parish Hall in 1923 when the Bostock Working Men’s Club was enlarged. Old parish records indicate that these rooms were used for pantomimes, shows and parties.Today, the building houses Tilly Tots Daycare whose vision is for every child in their care to be in a cosy setting of natural comfort. They have created a family home from home atmosphere where children can be motivated and inspired to learn to fulfil their potential.

The nursery is nestled in the small quiet village of Bostock in a conservation area of the Cheshire countryside and this tranquil setting provides children with an environment to relax, thrive and develop both socially and emotionally.

Tilly Tots team of highly experienced and qualified staff, are all trained as paediatric first aiders. An integral part of their approach is to provide a relaxed, safe and secure environment for a child's early learning where they can build their confidence, self respect and respect for others. Through exploration and discovery children have the opportunity to bring about natural creativity, and connection to themselves and others.

You can get in touch with the Nursery Manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or visit their website to discover more here.