AN INFANT group in the Moorlands that had previously proved a hit with parents has recently returned to a town library. Baby Bounce and Rhyme sessions, led by Hilary Yates, are now available for parents and grandparents to attend at Cheadle Library on High Street, on Tuesday mornings, taking place between 9.30am and 10am. These term-time only mornings are focused around a 30-minute singing and story time session.
The free-entry classes offer “very chilled environment which you and your baby will love” and additionally are “breastfeeding friendly.”
A spokesperson for Cheadle Library told the Times and Echo: “The volunteers at the Cheadle Community Library are happy to announce that the popular Baby Bounce and Rhyme sessions have recently returned.
“The free sessions are for parents and grandparents, with pre-school aged children (no child-minding groups please).
“The library are also currently looking for IT Buddy and Family History volunteers.
“If you think you might be interested in helping in either of these roles and would like more details, please contact the library via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.”
A group of volunteers took over the management of the library on July 15 and now run the book-lending venue’s itinerary and events.
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