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Children’s Centres open their doors to families

Posted: 22/02/2010 13:20:45

Herefordshire Council’s children’s centres in Kington and Leominster are inviting mums, dads and carers to go wild and get drumming with their toddlers next month as they prepare to hold open sessions for new and existing customers.

The sessions, which are free, take place at Coningsby Children’s Centre in Leominster (next to the Leisure Pool) on Saturday March 20 from 10am to 1pm and at Kington Children’s Centre on Thursday March 25 from 10am to 12 noon.

Both centres have local percussionist Pedro Brown on hand to make sure the event remains upbeat. Nature rangers, WildPlay, will be organising lots of outdoor fun for parents, carers and toddlers to get involved in such as den building, hide and seek and searching for bugs. Children’s centre staff will be around to talk to visitors about how they support families within the local community and refreshments will be available.

Andy Gosling, manager of Kington and Coningsby children’s centres, said: “This is a great opportunity for parents and carers to come and meet others with young children and learn about what each of our centres has to offer.

“There are lots of organisations using the centres on a regular basis offering a range of services from parenting support, child development programmes, access to health services and a range of other activities for young children and their families.”

Honey Bees Day Care Nursery will also be opening their doors at Coningsby Children’s Centre on Saturday 20th March.

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