10:40AM, Sunday 27 April 2014
A children's centre officially marked its name change with an open day.
The former Ellington Children's Centre in West Dean is now known as Riverside Children's centre.
On Thursday, April 10, it marked its opening by hosting a taster session for families.
About 60 families tried out classes including baby yoga, Spanish and stay-and-play sessions.
Riverside is one of six children's centres spread across Maidenhead.
They aim to provide a safe and welcoming environment with easy access to a range of activities.
Lucy Bouldjedri, the borough's children’s centre development officer, said the day was a 'very successful event'.
She added: "Raising a family can be a rewarding and enjoyable time but we know there are times when extra support is needed.
"Children's centre staff can help at these times by offering support that is tailored to your family's needs or we can help you find a service that can support you."
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