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At All Souls we have a toddler group called Jellybeans.
We also have a group called Jellybabies for bumps and babies under 1 year (scroll down for more details).

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Jellybeans is the midweek All Souls Babies and Toddlers group, meeting regularly during term time and led by All Souls volunteers, under the leadership of Naomi Dyer.
 

We aim to:

  • be a place where anyone looking after pre-school children can feel welcome and make friends with others from the local community.
  • provide a safe and happy environment for your child, but please remember that you are responsible for them at all times.

Who comes to Jellybeans?

Local parents and carers come with their children and have the chance to meet with others at a similar stage.

DSC02542What happens at Jellybeans?

At Jellybeans, we make friends, enjoy crafts and toys, then sing songs and listen to a short Bible story.

Tea, coffee, and children's snacks are provided.

10:00     Free play and craft
11:00     Snack time
11:15     Bible story and singing


Jellybeans Details

When Tuesdays and Fridays  during term times, 10:00 - 11:30
Where St Paul's Church, Robert Adam Street
How much  £3 per toddler, £1 for under 1s
Dates Tuesdays from week beginning 7 January - 1 April (half term week begins 1 April)


How do I sign up?

To find out more and to sign up please complete this online form and we will get back in touch with you with details of available spaces.

If you would like more information, please contact Kate Sharp or Trevor Pearce at jellybeans@allsouls.org
 


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Jellybabies is the midweek All Souls Babies and expectant mums, meeting regularly on Monday mornings at St. Paul's Church, Robert Adam Street, during term time and led by All Souls volunteers, under the leadership of Kate Sharp and Trevor Pearce

We aim to:

  • be a place where anyone with a little one under the age of one year can feel welcome and make friends with others from the local community.
  • provide a safe and happy environment for your baby, but please remember that you are responsible for them at all times.

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Who comes to Jellybabies?

Local parents and carers come with their babies and have the chance to meet with others at a similar stage. Expectant mums are also welcome to join us.

What happens at Jellybabies?

At Jellybabies, we make friends and share our challenges of being a new parent together. We also enjoy tea, coffee, and delicious baking.

Jellybabies Practicalities

 
When: Mondays, during term times, 10.00 - 11.30 until 10 December
Where: St Paul's Church, Robert Adam Street
Cost: £2 per week
Dates:            Spring Term: Mondays 7 January - 1 April (half term: 18 February)
Leader:          Naomi Dyer  (email: jellybabies@allsouls.org)
 

How do I sign up

To find out more and to sign up please complete this online form and we will get back in touch with you with details of available spaces.