Melody and Moves for Babies and Toddlers

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A new class is taking place at Curry Rivel Village Hall's Chatham Room every Wednesday from 22nd February 2017.
Bring your little ones to 'Melody and Moves for Babies and Toddlers'- a new class for newborns right up to 4 years of age.

Lots of singing, dancing, instruments, props and sensory fun! Children will recognise well known songs and learn new action songs!
Also an opportunity to meet other parents and stay for refreshments afterwards.

The class takes place every Wednesday at 9.45am-11am and costs £2.50 for the first child and £1.50 for each subsequent child. Parents are free and you are welcome to just turn up! No need to book in advance.
Give Kern Champion a call on 07732197030 for more details.

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