Posted: October 2015
This one is strictly for the eyes of babes and toddlers only. If you reckon that your mum or whoever looks after you in the day, could do with a bit of a break, let them know about Sunbeams. It's a group that meets every. Thursday from 10.30 — 11.30am, in the community centre hall. That's only a two minute push in your stroller past Sainsbury's in Buckingham Street, so it's dead handy. While you play with toys and other folk of a similar age, your mum can put her feet up, enjoy a free cuppa and have a chat with other grown-ups there. There's no fee or anything and it might do her good to have a change. So let her know will you? If she wants to find out more, she can phone this Scottish lady called Margaret on Aylesbury 422919 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
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