The nursery with the James Bond touch...
A KNUTSFORD nursery has become the first in the county to install a fingerprint system to gain entry.
Poppies Red Cross Day Nursery, on Northwich Road, has install the technology to create a safer environment for their children.
Now mums and dads of children at the nursery, which caters for youngsters aged three months to five years, can rest easy after the technology was brought in to keep out unwelcome visitors.
It may be the stuff of James Bond films but parents at the Knutsford nursery have to have their fingerprints scanned before they can get in.
Helen Woodman tries out the new fingerprint technology
Owner Helen Woodman said the new system was installed to look adter the children and give parents access to their children whenever they needed to.
"I don't think it is extreme," she said.
We have paid for it out of the nursery's budget.
Dr. Melissa Kao, the managing director of NurseryCam Ltd, which created the system, said: "When
people think of fingerprint identification, they think of James Bond films.