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any bromsgrove based mums out there?

(12 Posts)
franban Sat 13-Feb-10 13:49:51

I have a 9 week old boy and am currently on maternity leave. Anyone know of any mother and baby groups or any local meet ups? There's only so much entertainment can be had walking up and down the high street! Fran.

There might be something at the Methodist church? And I'm sure there must be an NCT in Bromsgrove somewhere

rasputin Mon 08-Mar-10 22:20:45

netmums (sorry!) have good listings for local toddler groups.

rasputin Mon 08-Mar-10 22:21:21

I mean mother and baby/toddler groups..grin

I know a Bromsgrove-based MNer. I will go and nudge her in the direction of this thread.

Cookie1982 Sat 25-Sep-10 18:35:39

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JAH3011 Sun 24-Jun-12 21:34:52

Im a Bromsgrove Mom! My baby girl is just 5 months! Maternity leave is the strangest thing - not used to doing so little.
Rhythm time at Methodist church weds at 11.20 is quite fun. We.ve also been to baby sensory in Hampton lovett - great class. x

BromsgroveMum Wed 24-Oct-12 21:46:44

Why not take a look at this.

http://www.nct.org.uk/branches/bromsgrove

You might find some useful activities for your little ones. We are also on Facebook if you search for us. http://www.facebook.com/Bromsgrove.NCT

JoTotsPlay Mon 19-Aug-13 14:13:12

Hi there,

I'll be running a baby and toddler play and development programme in Catshill from September 2013.

Tots Play offers you a little bit of everything! We do massage, yoga, sensory play and music along with lots of bubbles and fun! There are classes to suit different age groups from birth to around 2.5yrs. Have a little looks at the website and feel free to get in touch if you have any questions smile Jo. x

www.totsplay.co.uk

lovetheshires Fri 08-Nov-13 19:35:49

I really enjoy song in a bag - singing, signing and story. Its at St peters on a Friday at 1115.

I know this thread is technically a zombie but worth keeping going perhaps..

LEWorcestershire Fri 08-Nov-13 22:18:30

Definitely lovetheshires Do you have a link to more info about Song in a bag? I can add it to the listings with a bit more info. (Or turn up with DS if I ever get a day off!)

lovetheshires Sat 09-Nov-13 12:32:24

http://www.signandrhyme.co.uk

here does that help?

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