Why not Stay and Play – at Brownhills Community Centre this morning

If you’ve a child or children under 4 years of age, there is a great Stay and Play session running at Brownhills Community Centre in the heart of Brownhills this Saturday morning 27th July 2019 from 10-11:30am.

It costs just two quid per kid and includes fruit and a drink, so it’s great value and it’s run by those wonderful people at the Little Green Dragons Nursery, who are resident at the centre and are fully qualified nursery teachers.

There are games and toys and all manner of fun for the weans – and you get a break to boot.

 

Saturday 27th July 2019
MESSY MUD PIES

We will have all resources set out for your little ones to create messy mud pies this week! (This activity will be in the garden)

We will be continuing to explore the water play in the garden with our bikes, scooters, slides, footballs, large chalk boards and much more!

Our playroom has had a move around so come and explore our new areas…

Our creative table will be based around dinosaurs this week…

Our Sandtray will be open and accessible as it is every week…

…Along with all our other areas of play within the nursery setting:

• home corner
• construction
• small world
• maths area
• cosy book/music area
• baby sensory area

See you all Saturday!

We will be both indoors & outdoors (weather permitting).

10.00am-11.30am
£2 per child
Snack included

Feel free to invite your friends with children aged 0-4 years and share our events

This group is held at Little Green Dragons Day Nursery every Saturday morning.

The Community Centre is what my generation would know as ‘The Annexe’ – the old Central Boy’s School, now a bustling community resource. To find out more,  you can pop in or call them on 01543 452119.

The Community Association have lots of stuff going on, and loads of great facilities, right in the heart of Brownhills. I love what they’re about and all the great things they’re doing.

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