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You can book our care for your child from birth to eight years old for 51 weeks a year.

We are open from 7.45 am to 6.00 pm every Monday to Friday excluding bank holidays and the Christmas to New Year period.

Our fees are charged by the session as set out below. For additional hours either side of these sessions we charge by the hour at the hourly rate of £6.00 for children aged under 2 years and £5.75 for children aged 2 and above.


Breakfast is provided to children arriving between 7.45am and 8.30am and this consists of toast, porridge or cereal, with a piece of fruit and milk or water to drink.
Snacks of fruit (fresh and dried) and crackers or rice cakes are provided mid morning and mid afternoon, along with a drink.
A balanced and nutritious cooked lunch is available, cooked daily by our cook in our own kitchen, using fresh ingredients.

A cooked tea is offered to children still at nursery at 4.30pm with a drink of milk or water, please see sample menu for details.
As all our meals are home cooked we try to cater for all dietary needs; including gluten free, dairy free, and any other allergies/intolerances your child may have, which we have been alerted to in advance, whilst still trying to provide the child with a nutritious meal.

Morning sessions

7.45am – 1.00pm   -  £29.00 for under 2’s £28.50 for children aged 2 and over

9.00am – 1.00pm   -  £23.00 for under 2’s, £22.50 for children aged 2 and over

Afternoon sessions

1.00pm – 6.00pm   -  £27.00 for under 2’s £26.00 for children aged 2 and over

Day sessions            

9.00am – 3.00pm  -  £33.50 for under 2’s £33.00 for children aged 2 and over  

7.45am – 6.00pm  -  £48.00 for under 2’s £46.00 for children aged 2 and over


Sibling discounts

If you have 2 or more children in the nursery we give 10% discount on the second and subsequent child’s fees.

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Devon County Council's Early Years Grant.

The term after your child turns 3 years old you are entitled to use the Devon Early Years Grant of up to £2,063.40 per year.(read more)

The Early Years Grant is funded by the Government to ensure a free part-time early education place is available for every three and four year old in settings that have been inspected by Ofsted and found satisfactory in terms of quality in England. (link to our Ofsted report)

3 and 4 year old children are entitled to free early years education up to 15 hours per week for 38 weeks of the year or 11 hours per week for 51 weeks of the year which can be accessed at the Folly. Parents do not contribute towards this minimum entitlement but may be charged fees for any childcare after the free entitlement.

Eligibility dates

Your child will receive the grant in the term following his/her third birthday:

  • Children born between 1 April and 31 August (inclusive) will be eligible to a free place from 1 September following their third birthday.
  • Children born between 1 September and 31 December (inclusive) will be eligible to a free place from 1 January following their third birthday.
  • Children born between 1 January and 31 March (inclusive) will be eligible to a free place from 1 April following their third birthday.

The Folly Nursery can provide the claim forms and do the grant administration for you. All you have to do is complete the form and produce your child’s birth certificate, passport or child benefit details for us to photocopy.

More information can be found www.devon.gov.uk EYEF Web Site and 2gether funding 2gether funding pages at devon.gov.uk

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Salary sacrifice scheme / childcare vouchers

The Childcare Voucher Scheme enables you to take part of your salary in childcare vouchers in either a paper or e-voucher format.

You do not pay Income Tax or National Insurance contributions on the part of the salary you take in vouchers, which produces a significant saving. Both parents are eligible to claim for the vouchers as long as you are both in employment.

Basic-rate taxpayer can save up to £962 per year, whilst a higher-rate taxpayer can save up to £1,196 per year. The amount of vouchers you can claim with the above tax relief is £243 per calendar month.
Operated through a salary sacrifice scheme, the employer will also save national insurance contributions, currently at 12.8% of the value of the vouchers provided.

To start using Childcare Vouchers you need to establish whether or not your company is associated with one of the current established providers. If they are, the procedures for joining the scheme will already be clearly established. If not, you might like to see if your employer will introduce such a scheme as part of their benefit package.

Tax Credits: Child Tax Credits and Working Tax Credit

For up to date information on Tax Credits and the Childcare Element of Working Tax Credit, please visit the Government's official website. Here you can find out if you qualify and start the process of applying for Tax Credits or Working Tax Credits: