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Cheeky Monkeys

Posted on April 7, 2010

This article was published in April 2010. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Cheeky MonkeysOver the last few weeks we have been very pleased to welcome some new parents and their children and hope that they will become regular visitors! The children have recently enjoyed making Mothers' Day cards, fl ower pot decorations and lots of other creations. Our new competition “guess the name of the Cheeky Monkeys teddy” is proving popular and will be running for a few more weeks. All you have to do is pick out teddy's correct name from a choice of 100. If you guess correctly, the teddy (plus wine and chocolates!) is yours.

Please take a look at our website, which has recently been updated with some more photographs and calendar items. If you have any comments or suggestions you can leave them on the site's guestbook.

Although this report is written in early March, you will probably be reading it during the Easter holidays, so just to remind you we will reopen on 21 April.

If you are a parent, childminder, grandparent or carer and would like to join our friendly group, please come along on a Wednesday afternoon (term time) at 1pm, in Eaton Bray Village Hall. Everyone is welcome. We have a wide range of toys, including dressing up, easels, bricks, home corner, play dough, craft table, farm, race track, brio, cars, dolls, playfood and lots more! We charge £1.50 per adult, £1 per child over 1, and 50p per child under 1. During the afternoon we have a tea/coffee break whilst the children sit down for juice and a biscuit. We end the afternoon with songs and music.

Cheeky Monkeys is run by three volunteer parents, Sarah, Louise and Sue. For enquiries please contact anyone of us. All details can be found on our website. (www.cheekymonkeys.btik.com).

Remember, keep coming and we will keep running!!!

Source: Focus, April 2010

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