Type of service:
Groups, Clubs And Activities
Village Hall, Hardingstone, Northampton , NN4 6DA
Telephone number:
0844 578 1017
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Service description:
At Music Bugs, we provide gently structured, play-based sessions for newborns and under-5s. Children can develop and grow and have fun in a multi-sensory environment.

Our classes are full of fun and excitement with a large variety of fantastic props such as puppets, parachutes, pom poms, bubble machines, floaty scarves and teddies. We will sing nursery rhymes and counting songs, finger-play rhymes, knee bouncers, and action songs, which will allow you and your child to relax, have fun together, and make lots of new friends!

Monday Session (09:30-10:10am): Family Bugs - Mixed Age
Monday Session (10:30-11:10am): Baby Bugs - newborn to walking

Tuesday Session (10:30-11:10am): Family Bugs - Mixed Age
Tuesday Session (11:30-12:10am): Baby Bugs - newborn to walking

Thursday Session (09:30-10:10am): Family Bugs - Mixed Age
Thursday Session (10:30-11:10am): Baby Bugs - newborn to walking
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Age range:
0 - 5 years
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Eligibility criteria:
  • Age
Referral route:
  • Self Referral
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