The expansion was supported by a six-figure funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland.
The company has converted The Old Police Station on Kidderminster Road into a state of the art nursery for up to 80 children aged five and under.
Established by Nicola and Dave Cotton, Cotton Tails Nurseries Limited is a group of private day care facilities situated across the city.
The pair set up their first nursery in the group- Happy Days Nursery in Quinton – 25 years ago and has gone on to open Cotton Tails Northfield and Cotton Tails Too in Rubery.
Mr Cotton said: “The new nursery is fantastic and I am thrilled that it is now open. We have invested a great deal of resources into the development of the new facility and I know we have created a nursery that both children and parents will love.
“All of the knowledge and experience we have harnessed over the last 25 years has gone into creating Cotton Tails Hagley. The rooms have been designed to meet all children's needs and we have an array of inspiring facilities, equipment and toys for children to discover and enjoy
“The support we have had from Royal Bank of Scotland has been crucial in helping us to get Cotton Tails Hagley up and running.”
Darren Vander, relationship director, healthcare, at Royal Bank of Scotland said: “We have worked alongside David and Nicola for many years and I am pleased that we have been able to support the opening of their latest nursery.
"The duo run three very successful childcare facilities and I am sure this latest venture will prove to be as popular. The facility is fantastic and will help to meet demand for high quality childcare in the region.”
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