The latest edition of Naval Magazine “Homeport” has recently featured an article about YMCA Whale Island’s Trevor and the exemplary care provided by the whole Nursery team to deployed Naval families. The article particularly highlights the care provided to Commander Hutchinson and his son Benjamin.
The whole of Fairthorne Group is thrilled to see the hard work and dedication of Trevor and the Nursery team at YMCA Whale Island being recognised in such a prestigious publication. The care provided by the team is truly exceptional, and it is great to see this being acknowledged.
As many of us know, being deployed in the Navy can be a challenging experience, especially for families with young children. The care provided by the Nursery team at YMCA Whale Island is therefore of utmost importance, providing a safe and nurturing environment for children while their parents are away on duty.
Commander Hutchinson’s son Benjamin is just one of the many children who have benefited from the care provided by the Nursery team. They go above and beyond to ensure that each child feels loved and supported, providing a range of activities and experiences to help them thrive. Their dedication and commitment are truly inspiring, and are grateful for the impact they have on the lives of so many.
If you would like to read the full article about Trevor and the Nursery team at YMCA Whale Island, be sure to check out the latest edition of Homeport. We hope that this recognition will inspire others to appreciate the importance of high-quality care for children and families, especially in the context of military deployments.