By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd November 2016 3:00pm
This Thursday (24th November) is 'pottery painting week' at Hunca Munca Baby and Toddler Group. Come along with your little ones and get stuck in decorating a piece of pottery, just in time for Christmas. New members welcome!
Pottery items start at £10 including all materials and firing, so please bring cash or your cheque book.
The finished works will be returned to us before Christmas, so would make an ideal gift for a loved one.
We will be running a normal session alongside the Christmas ceramics activity with all your Hunca Munca favourites, including trains, cars, slide, the play kitchen, dressing up and ride on time, followed by parachute play and singing.
Hunca Munca is a friendly local group that takes place every Thursday in term time between 09:30 and 11:30 at St Mary's Centre (opposite the butcher's).
We ask for a donation of £2 a session for one child (or £2.50 for two or more children), including refreshments. Your first session is free! Just turn up and join in, or for more info email email@example.com or see our Facebook page.
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