By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd September 2014 8:30am
Toddler music group Musical Mayhem is celebrating its arrival in Haddenham with a free launch event for families with young children.
The award-winning group, which already runs sessions in Princes Risborough and Chinnor, will be at the St Mary's Centre every Monday during term time at 10am.
Musical Mayhem sessions are suitable from birth and feature puppets, props and a lively mix of traditional nursery rhymes and original songs. Live musical accompaniment is provided on various instruments including the guitar, melodeon and keyboard.
The classes aim to entertain children and grown-ups alike while boosting communication skills and inspiring an early love of music.
Musical Mayhem will launch at the St Mary's Centre, Station Road, with a free event on Monday (8 September) at 10am. The normal cost is £5 per family and this includes tea and coffee for grown-ups and a drink and a snack for the children. No need to book. For details, visit the website
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