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  1. Stay and Play at the Salvation Army

    Monday 9:15am-11:15am: Come along with your little ones and meet new friends. Join in a wide range of fun, stimulating activities available for parents and small children together. (Small charge payable, please contact the Salvation Army on 0151 259 3958 to book a place).
  2. Sticky Fingers

    A large and vibrant parent toddler group based in Wavertree. We provide refreshments and toast for parents and children, as well as craft activities, song time and a huge amount of space to run around!  The sessions are based in the Frontline Centre in Wavertree. Parking…
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    Toddler Session - Jungle Fun

    Every Tuesday
    Go to www.junglefun.co.uk for more information.
  4. Stay and Play (Wavertree, Childwall & Woolton and Church CC)

    A weekly group for pre-school children to develeop skills and learning through play.
  5. Baby Led Weaning (Wavertree, Childwall & Woolton and Church CC)

    A weekly session to give advice on how to move little ones onto solid foods
  6. Baby Club (Wavertree, Childwall & Woolton and Church CC)

    A weekly group for parents & carers of babies, 12 months and under, to meet regularly. 
  7. You and Your Baby (Wavertree, Childwall & Woolton and Church Childrens Centre)

    A monthly information session about the ages and stages of babies development
  8. Story Song & Rhyme (Wavertree, Childwall & Woolton and Church CC)

    A weekly activity introducing little ones to language, creative activities and interaction through Story Song & Rhyme song.
  9. Stay & Play

    Wednesday
    This group takes place at Five Children Centre.  You can expect a range of planned activities for you and your child to share together. This is a great opportunity for you to socialise with other parents and for your child to make lots of new friends
  10. Newborn Hearing Screening

    A routine hearing screening is given to all babies from 6 hours after birth. A small earpiece is placed into the baby's ear sending a soft clicking sound into the ear, baby's ear responds and that response is picked up by the computer. Babies that…