By Haddenham Webteam - 15th February 2016 10:15am
Toddler music group announces extra Haddenham class
The toddler music group Musical Mayhem has announced it will add an extra class in Haddenham to meet growing demand.
The group runs interactive drop-in music classes for babies and toddlers at the St Mary's Centre every Monday in term time, with live musical accompaniment on the guitar, melodeon and ukulele.
From Monday 22nd February, families will be able to drop-in for a class at either 9.30am or 10.45am.
Monica Nelson, co-owner of Musical Mayhem, said: "We've had a lovely time getting to know the little people of Haddenham over the past year. With a growing number of families coming along, we're starting to run out of space so we've decided to offer two classes on a Monday morning. "Singing together is good for everyone's health and taking babies and young children to an interactive music class can give their brain development and communication skills a big boost."
The classes feature a lively mix of traditional and original children's songs as well as percussion games, puppets and parachute play.
The cost is £5 per family and this includes 45 minutes of music followed by free tea and coffee for the grown-ups and juice and a biscuit for the little ones. There is no need to book — just turn up!
Musical Mayhem also runs classes in Princes Risborough and Chinnor. To find out more, visit www.musicalmayhemuk.com, call Monica on 07979 861142 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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