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playgroup

a regular meeting of small children arranged by their parents or a welfare agency to give them an opportunity of supervised creative play
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Lucy, whose son attends the playgroup, has helped set up the Facebook campaigning page Friends of Marsden Pre School Playgroup Fundraising.
A tiger-faced Helen Jackson, five, featured with mum Alison, playgroup treasurer, at the opening of the Sure Start East Cleveland Partnership at Loftus Youth and Community Centre in 2000.
This playgroup will fill a gap in services by supporting all children in the 0-5 age group and their parents/carers within the Borroloola Township and Town Camps, Minister Scullion said.
Playgroup manager Claire Stringer said: "It is absolutely devastating.
Playgroup manager Jules Kite-Lightfoot said: "The children were all rewarded for their efforts by receiving an egg from the Easter Bunny.
The group has organised a Save our Playgroup campaign to secure its immediate future, with one parent warning it would be "devastating" were it to close.
This is the second time I have used this annual public event as a sponsored bike ride fundraiser for the playgroup and thanks to Royston and his horseracing colleagues we have managed to raise an astonishing pounds 730.
Vicky added, "We are now celebrating looking after two generations in the local area as mums and dads bringing their children now actually came to playgroup themselves and Ann looked after them too.
She said: "We take children into the playgroup from the age of two years old and healthy eating and drinking is a vital part of our curriculum.
The Pre-School Playgroup was selected for its creative daffodil pot design and was awarded with a modelling clay set, which was donated by Hope Education.
Look for different playgroups and try local churches and community centres and keep going till you find one person you get on with.
He was bitten after grabbing the fox's tail during a weekend party at the Dorothy Stringer playgroup in Brighton.