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Childcare in Dalry area

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mrsleomcgary Mon 14-Apr-14 21:43:09

Currently on maternity leave and due to go back to work in August, can anyone recommend any nurserys/childminders? Want to get organised now so I don't have a mad panic a few weeks before I go back like I usually do

Live in Dalry but work in Irvine so any recommendations for Dalry, Kilwinning or Irvine or (perhaps more importantly) anywhere or anyone I should avoid? My husband works shifts so likely to only need 2-3 days a week. And if anyone wouldn't mind telling me how much places cost as well that would be great.


GleamingInStevenston Sat 26-Apr-14 20:50:28

I'm really sorry no-one's come up with anything to help you, and I don't know of anything useful, but I have a friend in Kilwinning, I'll ask her for you.

Also, just wanted to say 'hello' to a new name, lovely to see someone else here smile

KilwinningMacdog Mon 28-Apr-14 22:09:20

Hi there.
First stop should be CARIS

I'd recommend Rainbow childcare as they have very good reputation. My dd went to nursery here.
Also in Kilwinning is Little Deers childcare at Buckreddan Care Home. No personal experience of it

KilwinningMacdog Mon 28-Apr-14 22:09:51

And Hello!! grin

LocalEditorNAyrshireInverclyde Tue 29-Apr-14 14:11:37

Hello MrsLeo - you've had some fabulous advice already (thanks everyone!). I'd second CARIS.

M1nn1emoo Wed 04-Jan-17 06:18:34

Hi There,
I see above that someone comes from Dalry. Please can you help. I am re locating from down South and have seen a property in Dalry that looks really nice. What are your honest opinions on the area?
I don't mind if it's fairly quiet as I have transport, but would like to be quite close to a DRS surgery ( as I have health conditions) vets, park, leisure centre and local shops.
I am planning to pop up to Ayrshire this month to look at properties and especially the one in Dalry, so please can you or someone fill me in about local knowledge on the areas and/ or surrounding areas.

Many thanks.

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