Feeding the Community during lockdown

Feeding our local community

By Eve Daniels – Director and Co-Owner, More2Nurseries

So, what kind of things do More2 do to help the community? We thought you would be interested in hearing one of the things we have been up to during the summer to help the more vulnerable in our community.



As a Community Interest Company (CIC), More2Childcare works closely with the local community. One of our chosen projects in 2019 was to fully fund a career coaching programme for parents across More2Nurseries.  Below you can read some of the fantastic feedback about how the programme helped them.


Worms and Woodlands


Exploring outside at More2Childcare


Within the garden at More2Childcare we have set up a woodland and wormery area which includes a mud kitchen and bug hotel. Here children help to feed the worms each day, investigate bugs and wildlife and explore the mud kitchen.

Being Dad. Free Courses


Free groups for expectant and new Dads 

The Forum in Greenwich is hosting free groups for expectant and new Dads with children up to 2 years old. Five weekly sessions will cover...

More2Childcare awarded top environmental health award


More2Childcare Awarded Top Environmental Health Award 

More2Childcare is delighted to announce another 5 star environmental health rating was awarded when the council visited last week.

Post Natal Depression and getting support

More2Childcare supporting Mothers with PND

Postnatal depression (PND) is very common, affecting as many as one in five new mothers. It may present in many different ways and is just as likely to include symptoms of anxiety as those typically associated with a low mood. For this reason many prefer to describe it as postnatal distress or illness rather than depression.