Coombe Dingle

Westbury Lane
Coombe Dingle

[email protected]
0117 968 2009

Manager: Leah Dorrington

Located on the edge of Blaise Castle Estate, Coombe Dingle was our first setting in Bristol - providing high quality care and amazing resources for ages 3 months to 5 years.

Top Garden 1


  • Nursery rooftop garden
  • Dedicated sleep room
  • Areas for nappy changing and toilet training
  • Baby gym in Nursery
  • Wooden ‘HABA’ play unit in Kindergarten
  • Giant covered sandpit
  • Landscaped gardens at the front and back of building with mud kitchen, nature area and racetrack
  • Red Bus Library
  • Woodwork Bench
  • Cooking Station
  • Onsite kitchen and dedicated dining room
  • Parent Carpark

Arrange a Visit

Red Bus Coombe Dingle also serves the areas of Sea Mills, Shirehampton, Lawrence Weston, Westbury-on-Trym, Stoke Bishop and more. The Portway and M5 are also only a few moment's drive away.

If you would like to learn more about Red Bus Coombe Dingle, get in touch to arrange a tour today!

Front Of Setting


  • Nursery Room 1 3
  • Nursery Extension 2
  • Nursery Room 2 3
  • Kindergarten Main Room 3
  • Kindergarten HABA Unit
  • Kindergarten Art Studio 1
  • Pre School Art Stufio
  • Pre School Main 1
  • Pre School STEAM 2
  • Nursery Library 4
  • Garden Sandpit 2
  • Top Garden 1

Meet the Team
Coombe Dingle

Outstanding Ofsted 2


Coombe Dingle have been graded as ‘Outstanding’ during inspections from OFSTED.

“All children become curious, ambitious, adventurous and resilient
learners. They are extremely well prepared for their future learning, including school, well in advance of moving on. ” –

“Children are extremely happy, secure and have consistently positive attitudes to their play and learning. Staff have high aspirations for children's development and provide an environment that helps children to flourish and thrive. They put children's needs at the heart of everything that they do and guide children through exciting learning experiences that enhance their current skills.” 

Coombe Dingle's full OFSTED report