Toddler Group @ Christ Church

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Thursday during "Term Time"

Our parent, carer, baby and toddler group meet in the church, the hall and the garden (at the side of church) on Thursdays from 9.00 — 11.30 am.

Come and meet other parents and have a chat while your children play; toys and refreshments provided.

No booking required, no charge (but we do ask for a donation to cover our costs). Just drop in for however long you need to.

Song time is usually around 10.30 am.

One of our staff is an early years practitioner with experience of special needs and is always happy to chat.

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Christ Church, Waltham Cross
High Street, Waltham Cross, Herts, EN8 7ED

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