Free Family Rhyme Time & Lunch in Feb Half Term!

Monday, 17 February 2020 - Presented by: The Queens Hall Reg. Charity 1145741

Are you a new parent to the area and would like to meet other families? Have you lived in Narberth a good while and would like to get to know other families in our community?

The why not pop along to one of our FREE Big Rhyme Time sessions at The Queens Hall in February Half Term 2020

A qualified storyteller will entertain the children with rhymes, songs and stories while parents, grandparents and caregivers can meet, drink tea and get to know one another

There is also a free buffet lunch included so please make sure you get in touch and book your spot if you would like to come!

The project, funded by the Community Cohesion Fund, aims to encourage social interaction and build relationships within our community. It offers the opportunity for new-to-the-area parents/guardians and grandparents to bond, build roots and create an identity within their new community alongside existing families, which we hope will cement long-term social, supportive relationships.

Current dates for Feb half term 2020 are;

Family Rhyme Time (Ages 0-5): Mon 17th Feb @ 11am - all the family is welcome to come along and enjoy the session. A free buffet lunch is provided so please let us know how many of you are coming!

Family Rhyme Time (Ages 0-5): Thurs 20th Feb @ 11am - siblings welcome - all the family is welcome to come along and enjoy the session. a free buffet lunch is provided so please let us know how many of you are coming!

Rhyme Time for Babies (pre-mobile): Sat 22nd Feb @ 2pm -  a session just for pre-mobile little ones followed by Afternoon Tea - we promise to be finished in time for the Rugby! Please pre-book your spot.

Please contact Lara on 01834 861212 or manager@thequeenshall.org.uk for more information or to book your spot

We are also looking for parents who might be interested in learning how to run sessions like these of their own... If you would be interested in taking part as a facilitator - please let us know!
  

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