We would like to welcome all families, grandparents and carers with babies/ toddlers. Come along and enjoy lots of fun and friendship.
We have two friendly sessions each week, where you can relax and have a chat and make new friends, whilst your children enjoy toys, crafts and games whilst also making new friends.
The sessions are held on :-
The sessions are held at Crownhill Methodist Church Hall, Crownhill, Plymouth. and are run by volunteers ready to welcome you to a friendly, fun and safe environment. All volunteers are CRB checked.
During each session for toddlers, there is free play with toys, playhouse and kitchen, also tables with crafts, play dough, books/puzzles, trains and lego and for the babies, we have suitable toys and equipment, in an area designated for babies.
There are plenty of toys during each session for all ages, children, birth to school age to explore and enjoy with their friends.
There is a charge of £2 per session due to being a self financing group.
The session charges enable us to cover the costs of refreshments, a raffle for each session, new toys, resources & craft materials also a donation to the church for heating and lighting.
Plus other organised events which includes Leisure Park coach trips. At Easter, easter eggs. Soft play sessions. Christmas parties with an entertainer, party food and Santa with his sack of presents also when possible a professional photographer during the year.
The group is run by Anne & Jack, and has been very popular over the past 20years.
If you would like any more information about the Parent & Toddler group phone Anne on 07791332503
We look forward to seeing you and your family soon!
SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE ADULTS Policy & Guidelines
CROWNHILL METHODIST CHURCH
3 CROWNHILL ROAD PLYMOUTH PL6 5AG
The people of Crownhill Methodist Church have a deep regard for the wholeness and well being of each individual and aim to provide a safe environment for all. We seek to safeguard the welfare of all people, regardless of age, who come into contact with the Church and its organisations. It is the responsibility of each individual participating in the life of the Church to prevent the physical, sexual or emotional abuse of children and vulnerable adults, and to act appropriately if abuse is discovered or suspected or when good practice and guidelines are not being followed.
All users of the Premises at Crownhill Methodist Church, as well as organisations under the control of the Church Council, are required to adhere to this policy statement and to note the guidelines, following their own procedures as appropriate.
Summary of Guidelines:
Useful telephone numbers:
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