Join Lydia on Monday 20 April at 1.30pm as she twists and turns her way around the vegetable toddler dilema of our age, to eat the pea or to not eat the pea. Lydia will be reading Give Peas a Chance, a book with one of the greatest plot twists at the end since Murder on the Orient Express.Read more
Princess Poppy would rather eat her toenails then marry prince Humperdink, but she only has a few hours to find the perfect prince. Even worse, she’s being followed around by a talking frog. Join Aum to find out what happen Thursday 16th April at 1.30pm
Join Annie at 1.30pm Wednesday 15 April for noisy live story telling as we explore the sounds of planes, trains and automobiles as well as some other modes of transport. A perfect book for those missing the roar of the engines and the beep beep of impatient car drivers outside your window.Read more
Like Simon Garfunkel, Rolling Stones or Cher, Lydia Lings is coming back from retirement, dusting off her tambourine and taking the Baby Blues Choir online 11am - 12pm on Friday 19th March 2020
This online event is password protected and Tara will contact all registered Baby Blue Choir members separately, you will be required to fill out a monitoring form before accessing this event.
Kindly funded by The Greenwich Charitable Trust and supported by Metro GAVS
Everyday afternoon from 12.30pm – 3pm weekdays during school term time children who are under five can bring their adults along and play all afternoon for free.
Our team of volunteers put on fun creative activities, messy play, stories and so much more in our purpose built fun venue in Charlton Park. As parents ourselves we know sometimes every family needs to get out of the house, wear the kids out before bed, meet and make friends and be part of a wider community.
No need to book, just drop in.
The Wheel of Wellbeing developed by South London and Maudsley health trust is our community based approach to wellbeing. With our team of volunteer community champions we will be attending local community events to get families involved with the Wheel of Wellbeing game and make simple pledges to improve their own wellbeing.
The Wheel focuses on six spokes Body. Mind. Spirit. People. Place. Planet and together we can explore the small easy changes that will improve your families lives.
Our group of strong powerful women aims to support you to take your first steps on your running
adventure, at your own time and at your own pace. Come along and make friends and build real life goals that will help you to achieve your personal goals.
Run for the bus, play football with the kids or slip on your shoes and go for a 5K before a long Sunday lunch. We are here to make it happen.
Beginners from walking to running 1 or 2K
Tuesday, 10am, Big Red Bus Club, Charlton Park Cemetery Lane Entrance, SE7 8UB
Intermediate from comfortably running 1 or 2K, £2 a session
Thursday, 8pm, Big Red Bus Club, Charlton Park Cemetery Lane Entrance, SE7 8UB
Just turn up, during the term time, no need to book. Please wear trainers, a comfortable bra and bring a water bottle.
What a great time we had today. Super worm was the story we explored and we we did this in loads of ways...
We had our tuft tray filled with slimy spaghetti and tweezers, as the children arrived that was the thing they all headed for. We had some worm play dough mats, where we had to make long worms and short worms. We also had a wonderful time with our new bug hunting equipment, looking for bugs outside. We found little jumping flies and worms and looking at a shiny spider web through a magnifying glass is so fascinating.
Our sensory area was lit up with fish tubes and our disco lights. But what we all loved was the animals coming to visit. Colin the cockroach and Marvin the Millipede. We even fed some beaded dragons.