You are invited to come along and join in a variety of activities at your local library for children aged under 5 and their parents or carers including:
Fun sessions to introduce rhymes and songs to your child to encourage interaction and communication.
A relaxed session for parents/carers with children aged under 5. Your children are welcome to play with a variety of resources, socialise with others and share experiences to support their learning and development
A sessions for babies aged under 1 to explore and play, for parents and carers to socialise with others and find out about services on offer in libraries, children's centres and the local community
"My child has a great time at rhymetime. It has a lovely relaxed atmosphere in the cheery children's part of the library. I think it is great that this is provided for our children for free. Thank you!"
For more information about these sessions please contact your
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