STAFF and youngsters past and present will gather for a 10th anniversary celebration of a Penkridge nursery this weekend.
Little Treasures Day Nursery will mark its first decade with a family fun day on Saturday.
Stafford MP Jeremy Lefroy will open the event, which runs from 11am to 3pm and includes a bouncy castle, fire engine, arts and crafts, games, a visit from a torch bearer, face painting and a balloon release.
Organisers are also urging anyone who has been associated with the organisation to go along and share their memories of their time there.
The nursery in Wolverhampton Road opened in September 2002 in a converted house and now provides care for 71 children aged six weeks to 12 and employs 25 staff. It also opened a nursery unit at St Michael’s First School four years ago for three to five-year-olds.
Proprietor Michelle Higgs said: “The nursery staff work hard to play a big part in the community, ensuring strong relationships are maintained with the local schools, inviting outside agencies in and organising regular events for the public to attend.”