Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Beth Ferrigno, Children & Family Worker,TMC - 18th July 2017 6:00am
Splash, the Tarvin Methodist Church's weekly group for pre-school children, parents & carers is celebrating the start of its ninth year with a new summer programme to include Primary School children.
Splash has always been famous for its celebrity bear, Barney, who leads the singing at the end of each session but now there is a chance for those who have long since left Barney for pastures new to have fun playing, crafting & singing every Wednesday morning throughout the summer, whilst Barney continues to entertain his youngest friends. Many older children and parents will remember the fun to be had at the annual holiday club; even though children are now accompanied by an adult, we can still have just as much fun!
Sessions run from 10.15 until 11.45 and no booking is necessary. Just pop along at any time during the morning. Toys and activities for the children, tea, coffee and chat for adults. There is even a snack for the children mid morning before we prepare to talk, sing, and occasionally celebrate a birthday!
We do ask for a voluntary contribution of £1.50 per pre-school family and £ 1.50 each for primary school children, to help cover the cost of craft materials and snacks.
For more information call Beth on 07580 752491 or e-mail Beth27f@btinternet.com
Adult colouring is also available
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