CHILDREN have given the thumbs-up to their nursery, which was refurbished by volunteers.
The toddlers' room and baby area at Great Sutton Nursery on Alvanley Road was converted by property services firm ROK as part of its community work.
More than 20 staff from ROK's regional centre in Ellesmere Port arrived at the nursery on Friday night.
They worked over a weekend to complete the construction and redecoration work by the Sunday night.
They returned on the Tuesday to help nursery workers and tots celebrate the reopening of both rooms.
The work they carried out included stripping and papering all the walls, painting woodwork and doors and replacing flooring and ceiling tiles.
They also fitted cupboards to the baby change room and
provided facilities to ensure the nursery was compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act.
Area manager Dave Fewtrell and his team began raising funds to buy the materials several weeks ago. A total of £500 was raised from their final event, when staff took part in a gender-swap.
Male workers at ROK were subjected to an afternoon of legwaxing in full view of customers, all of whom donated funds.
Mr Fewtrell said: 'We are thrilled with the outcome of the refurbishment. I thank the entire team who worked tirelessly through the weekend and hope the children and staff will reap the benefits for years to come.'