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New Faces at Charmouth Cherubs!

Kate Bonner has run Charmouth Cherubs for three years, the last two of those single handedly, but is now handing over the reins. She's done such a great job that it will take not one but three of us to fill her shoes, and we are Lindsay Douglas, Kathryn Radley and Caroline Linney.

We have put together a great programme of activities for the autumn and spring term. We would like to welcome new people as well as familiar faces. Everyone is welcome - parents, grandparents, childminders, whether you want to stay for the whole two hours or just pop in for a cuppa whilst out and about. Come and meet other people with children and tire out the little ones for their nap

A typical session will involve, free play from 10am with cars, bikes, scooters in the physical play area and dolls house, garage, play kitchen, work bench etc in the home corner. The babies have a separate soft area with baby toys, bouncing chair and high chair as well as adult seating. At around 1015 we start a creative activity in a separate area, so those children who wish to can just continue playing. Please see our upcoming events for the programme of creative activities. We provide a drink and snack for the children at 1100. Tea, coffee and biscuits for the grown ups are self service throughout the session. We finish the morning every week with singing or story time.

As you can see we now have a new website thanks to Alex from Freshpage web design.  Nick Langton came and took some photos from one of our sessions and you can see his photos in the gallery.