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Baby Melody & Moves

A fun singing, music and dance class for newborns to 3 years with instruments, scarves, ribbons and props — and adults get to join in too. Babies will love the sensory interaction and toddlers will love the songs and dances. A cuppa and biccies all round afterwards.

We meet on Wednesdays 9.45-11.00am in the Chatham Room of the Village Hall.
£2.50 for the first child and £1.50 for each subsequent child.
Parents are free and there is no need to book in advance. We welcome any new adults and little people to just drop by — a great opportunity to meet other parents.
Please contact Kern Champion for more information on 07732 197030 or email: lil_kernicle@hotmail.co.uk

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