Unborn babies can hear, feel, see, taste and remember. So it’s never too early for your gorgeous little baby to enjoy the wonders of music! We’ll also give you your very own Baby Book and Progress Ladder (included in your fee) to help you on your way.
Our award-winning multi-sensory baby classes will help your little one’s:
- Language development (singing)
- Eye tracking/ balance (dancing)
- Muscle development (exercise)
- Bonding and relaxation (massage)
- Hand/eye co-ordination and speech development (exploration)
- Social skills – meeting and sharing with their little friends!
Start your baby’s musical journey by booking your class now! 07340 048804
Public community cafe, with barista style drinks, space for toddlers to play, space for prams and push chairs, comfy sofas, and warm wlecoming atmosphere.
This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
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“CRAFT & CHAT” Meet on Thursday Afternoons, 2-4 pm at the church, this is alongside our popup cafe. So if you would like to come along for a lovely cuppa and good company, please just pop in.
Bring something you are working on, join in with one of our activities, or just enjoy the company.
Tel: 01904 790510
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our target groups are those who are socially isolated. The groups are participative and we encourage our clients to play a full part in them. We welcome wheelchair users; all our venues are flat and user friendly. We also look forward to welcoming couples and more able people who
may like to play a role in the running of the clubs.
The clubs are not ‘drop in’ centres and we look for a degree of commitment from our clients to enable us to book transport and arrange catering.
We will give clients all the contact information they need to keep in touch with us.
We have a small team of staff which is supplemented by a very active group of volunteers. We are only able to offer social support to our clients and do not have any staff trained to
do toileting, give medication or feed clients. We will help in any way we can, but we cannot undertake these personal care needs. Our service is not free, but we do our best to keep costs to a minimum. We ask our clients to pay for their lunches and their transport, either the Age UK York mini-bus or community transport. They also contribute to the funds by a subscription which is used to buy provisions and for a savings fund which subsidises their
outing costs and their in-house entertainment.
The 38th Acomb Methodist Brownies meet on Wednesday evenings during term time from 6pm to 7:45pm.
The group is over fifty strong, and run by Sarah Stone (01904) 792832 and Janette Strodder and their team.
The brownies and their parents join us formally for our family focused time of worship on the 2nd Sunday of each month, and many also worship with us each week, and join us for our junior church.
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Our incredibly popular toddler group takes place on Tuesday mornings during term time. It is open to children under 4 years of age, accompanied by an adult The children have access to a hall full of stimulating play equipment, suitable for those from babes in arms, to preschool age. The morning includes story and song times, and an opportunity for those caring for the children to get to know each other over a cup of tea and coffee.