Toddler group

Story:Frances Ireson

The toddler group at the Welcome Centre continues to meet every Wednesday during term-time in the Welcome Centre on Nottingham Street, from 9.30 to 11.30 am (doors open from 9 am for those who have older ones to drop off at school).

In the last few months we have had a visit from a dental nurse to show the children the importance of healthy foods and cleaning their teeth and held a Christmas party. Sadly one of our volunteers and one or two of the children have moved on, but it has been lovely to see some new mums coming along.

We will also be celebrating the gift of £350 from Pre-School Alliance to help fund our group.

The group is fully equipped with toys, books and games suitable for babies and pre-school children. The group aims to help mums and dads learn to support each other and share parenting skills, helping their children develop to their full potential. The group is friendly, accessible and welcoming to all

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