The benefits of the Horizon backed new nuclear project at Wylfa continue to be felt in the area as the Cemaes-based early-years nursery opens its new classroom facility following donations from businesses across Anglesey, including £5,000 from Horizon Nuclear Power.
Earlier this year, increased numbers at Cemaes Bay Primary School meant the Cylch took the decision to move premises and looked to the local community for support and funding to do so. A range of local businesses stepped up to help, including Isle of Anglesey County Council, Magnox and Horizon Nuclear Power, which provided £5,000 to help the Cylch complete its new, bespoke classroom facility.
Sasha Davies, Head of Strategic Development Wales at Horizon, said: “Cylch Meithrin Cemaes plays a vital role in the local community for children at the beginning of their education. Learning through play gives toddlers a real head start in life, with teaching via the medium of Welsh supporting the continuation of the language to the next generation.
“We’re delighted to have been able to support what’s been a complex project with lots of challenges to overcome, and it’s great to see so much enthusiasm. We wish the Cylch all the very best!”