Save Community Pre-School Activities Now

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Rosie Jennings
Jul 23, 2020
Pre school activities like Dancin’ tots keep families active and sane, as these guys have by posting free online sessions all through lockdown. Give them clarity please, it’s the least they deserve. An MBE would be more like it.

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Laura Gee
Jul 23, 2020
It’s important for child wellbeing & great fun for all

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Lucy Evans
Jul 20, 2020
We miss dancing tots

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Melanie Weight
Jul 20, 2020
I miss dancin tots as much as my children!!

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Sophie Aitchison
Jul 19, 2020
We love Dancin' Tots! x

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Stacie Purnell
Jul 19, 2020
Because I have a 1 year old that needs to socialise with other kids which she loves soo much and the group !!!

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Jennie Jancey
Jul 19, 2020
The value of groups and activities is far greater than the potential risk of allowing them to disappear. As a government you need to recognise what is really important. Do not fail our children and entrepreneurs.

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Abbie rayner
Jul 19, 2020
As a mum to two under 5s groups like dancin tots are a lifeline to enable my children to socialise and for a sanity check as a parent to talk to other parents in similar situations

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amy haskins
Jul 19, 2020
Dancin Tots and all other toddler groups and library rhyme times are wonderful and vital for my children's social, musical and educational development. They also guve structure to a toddlers and parents day ... which can be exhausting when you are trying to entertain and educate them alone at home. Thanks Eric and Sam.

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Louise Harvey
Jul 19, 2020
Young children need groups like these to improve SEMH development