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Come along and get involved!

We’re holding our Annual General Meeting very soon - on Tuesday 24th April at 8pm at Playgroup - and we’d love it if you could come along and join us! There are a few key bits of business that we have to discuss, such as our accounts and activities over the past year. We also use it as an opportunity to talk about our plans for the year ahead. In addition, the AGM is the time when we elect our Committee members and welcome any new mums, dads or grandparents who’d like to get more involved in what we do and how Playgroup - as a registered Charity - is run through our Parent Committee. You can be involved as much or as little as you like, but numbers really do count! Many of our grown-ups enjo

Reading into the future!

Sharing a book whilst having a cuddle with your little one is an amazing thing to do! Not only does it give you a bit of quiet time to relax and bond, it also means that you’re starting that all important journey towards helping your child learn to read, opening up their imaginations to new and exciting things along the way. Here at Playgroup, we absolutely love story-time! Each session, our youngsters take it in turns to choose a book and can often get quite animated about the pictures and characters that we come across. Our favourite author and illustrator is Nick Sharratt, the children just love the Nick and Sue books! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be looking at traditional stories such

Little Miss Chatterbox or Mr Quiet?

We all know that every child is unique, and that they grow and develop in different ways. As parents, we’re always on the lookout for that first milestone; when our little one takes that first wobbly step, or utters their first word (which, of course, is always “mumma” or “dadda,” depending on which parent witnessed that all important moment)! And as the parenting blogs and experts all say, there’s no right or wrong time for a child to start doing any of these things. It’s a gradual process, and that’s especially true as far as learning to talk goes. Speech development in pre-school children can vary significantly. Think of the famous Mr Men books. We’ve all come across an extrovert Little M

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