Hunny Nurseries

Nurseries based in Leicestershire


The Hunnies Easter Fete

By on 3rd April 2017

Join us:

Saturday 8th April

Hunny Bee, Paget Street, Kibworth



Cake sale, visit from the Easter Bunny, crafts, bouncy castle, face painting and much more! Family and friends welcome

The danger of grapes

By on 2nd March 2017

Grapes are the third most common cause of death among children who die in food-related choking incidents, and doctors say a lack of awareness among parents, carers and health professionals could be leaving young children at risk.

It is vital that you slice grapes before giving them to young children as finger foods. This includes older children as they sometimes are less likely to chew their foods properly. Grapes should always be cut by length so that they can pass more easily, never by width because they will still be big enough to cause choking.  For babies, you may wish to cut them by length again into quarters.




By on 17th February 2017


The time has come to proudly announce that after our recent inspection by Ofsted, The Hunny Bee Day nursery received an OUTSTANDING grading!! We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the children and their parents for their support on the day and all year round. We are all extremely proud of the staff at the Hunny Bee as they have been finally recognised for all of their hard work and commitment towards the care and learning of the children of Kibworth and neighbouring villages.

New addition to the Hunny Nurseries Family

By on 8th September 2016

hive-logoFantastic news for the Hunny Nurseries, we have officially opened our new addition to the family:

Our purpose built nursery based in the heart of the Birstall community. We have a new team raring to educate and guide the children of Birstall. Situated on Hallam Fields Road and just a short journey from the main A6 route into Leicester, we offer TV surveillance, air conditioned rooms and a fully qualified team to offer your child the best building blocks for learning.

For more information visit our new Hunny Hive page.