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Future Stars Hoylake

Future Stars Hoylake

Future Stars Hoylake

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Future Stars, the leading media company dedicated to heralding today’s tomorrow’s media stars, is announcing the launch of its inaugural list of Future Stars Hoylake. This shortlist features eighteen sportswomen and sportswomen-led brands who are the leading the way in exciting, new and emerging areas of sport and sporting media.

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At Future Stars Nursery you can be sure your child will be in a safe and happy learning environment with friendly and qualified staff that love caring for and teaching young children. We offer a warm, welcoming environment supporting transition from home to nursery in our secured and spacious nursery.

Every child is a treasure. We would like to consider every ‘little star’ to be a beautiful, independent, fascinating, creative individual with a huge potential to offer to the world. We understand the importance of early year foundation to children and how it helps build their future hence, we want to provide top level child care in safest possible environment. (Source: futurestarsnursery.com)

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System or checks in place to ensure that food sold or served is safe to eat, evidence that staff know about food safety, and the food safety officer has confidence that standards will be maintained in future

Stuart Barnes, Chief Executive at Wirral Youth Zone, commented: “The fantastic support of both URENCO and John Barnes. For young people to see that people like Neil at URENCO and John are looking out for them and fully committed to supporting their future health and success, is inspiring. John’s backing for The Hive is fantastic and it’s great to see him back in the studio!” (Source: www.thehiveyouthzone.org)

Local

Ex-England and Liverpool player John Barnes has graced the recording studio once again to record a unique rap alongside local young people to support our very own Wirral Youth Zone ahead of our grand opening on Saturday April 8.

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