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Kinder Day Nursery

124 Livery Street Birmingham B3 1RS

0121 236 5959

Opening Hours:
Open Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm (please ring nursery for times)

Choosing a Nursery is a big decision and one that is a a very emotional one for parents/carers.  Here at Kinder, we understand what is important to both parents and children, and our aim is to provide the perfect solution to any parent looking for childcare for their little one.Joining our nursery is your child’s first important step in becoming part of our care and learning community. We have created a warm and welcoming atmosphere where fun and enjoyment go hand in hand with learning and discovery.

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The Old Fire Station Children’s Nursery

69 Albion Street Hockley Birmingham B1 3EA

0121 603 0003

Opening Hours:
Our opening times are from 07:30 to 18:30, Monday to Friday.

Since 1992, The Old Fire Station Children’s Nursery has been providing quality childcare for children aged between two months to five years. Set in a beautiful, grade II listed building our nursery offers a safe, spacious and stimulating environment for your child to learn and play.   Our team of childcare professionals strives to provide each child with the best education, monitoring all the important development milestones whilst having lots of fun too! We offer healthy, vegetarian meals, cooked onsite by our own chef.

Please call us for more details or to arrange a visit.

Did You Know that?...


Steam from the works engine of the Albert Works (now the Argent Centre) was recycled to heat the building’s very own Turkish bath.


BDG in Northwood Street makes the cutlery for Cunard’s first-class lounges.