Celebration time for under-fives
Its party time again in Martham - and everyone with a child under-five is invited.The Trinity Children's Centre is celebrating its first birthday with a range of events and an open day next Friday .
Its party time again in Martham - and everyone with a child under-five is invited.
The Trinity Children's Centre is celebrating its first birthday with a range of events and an open day next Friday .
Community worker Julie Beales said it had been a very successful first year for the �750,000 centre which supports families with young children in the northern parishes.
The centre opened last year with a bouncy castle and arts and craft session and to mark the milestone more family fun activities are planned with sticky fingers, art and craft, mini movers and Mr Jugglefun.
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Masterchef finalist Chris Gates will judge a smoothie competition and Thomas Rollett will be unveiling his dove sculpture - a birthday gift for the centre.
Events include 9am to 2pm, sticky fingers and funniest sculpture competition; 9am to 1pm, information and advice stalls in the school hall; 10am to 11am, mini movers; 11.30am to noon, pre-school music; 12.15pm to 1pm, family picnic - bring your own picnic and blanket; 1pm to 2pm Mr Jugglefun; 2pm to 3pm sculpture unveiling, announcement of winners; 3pm to 6pm, open evening to look round the centre and chat to staff.
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