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Tots and Tinies is the parent-run group based at Tree House in the grounds of St James' Primary School. We meet every Thursday during term time between 1:30 — 3:00pm.

It's a great opportunity for your child to begin socialising and enjoy the facilities of Tree House while you get to meet with other parents, grandparents and carers and have a well earned cuppa.

Your child will also become familiar with the environment if you choose to send them to the playgroup based there (see the Tree House page for further information).

Tots and Tinies is open to all children aged 0-4 and we just ask for a £1 contribution per family to help towards the running costs.

The first meeting after Christmas will be on Thursday 5 January.  Do come along. We look forward to seeing you there.

Contact: Laura Brennan

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