Here’s a good one from Walsall Council for parents of babies and toddlers in the local area – there’s a Cradle Club operating at the Parkview Centre in Brownhills. This is a great chance to have a morning out, introduce the little ones to fun stories and meet other parents – and it’s free.
I was sent the following press release:
Cradle club for babies in Brownhills
Parents in Brownhills are being invited to take their babies along to a club aimed at encouraging youngsters to enjoy stories and rhymes from the moment they are born.
The cradle club is aimed at parents and carers with children aged up to two-years-old.
It will be held at Brownhills Library every Wednesday in school term time between 10.00am, and 11.30am.
Cradle clubs are fun sessions where parents/carers and babies can socialise, play and share stories and rhymes.
Councillor Anthony Harris, portfolio holder for leisure and culture with Walsall Council’s Coalition, said: ‘We know that it’s important to young (remove this word) parents that they give their children the best start in life.
‘These clubs are a great way of not only helping to introduce your children to books from an early age, but also to encourage them to socialise with other babies.’
People can turn up on the day or contact Brownhills Library for more information on 01922 650730.