Children & Young People - Local Groups
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Bosbury Beaver Scouts
Bosbury Beaver Scouts group meet during term time, 6pm - 7pm, Bosbury Parish Hall every Monday during term time.
If you have a child interested in joining or would like more information, please contact us on the numbers below.
Bosbury Parish Hall, Bosbury, HR8 1PX
t: Helen on 01531 640371/Louise Hosking (Acting Secretary) on 01531 640792
Bright Sparks Colwall Pre-School
We offer a happy, friendly and stimulating environment for the enjoyment, development and education of pre-school children from age 2 years and 5 months. Run by experienced, mature staff who create a very special caring and nurturing environment for all children. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9.15am - 12.15pm, (Thursdays +4s 9.30-12.30pm). Daily Lunch Club runs 12.15-1pm. (except Thursdays) term time . Sessions are held in the Village Hall. Please see our website for more details.
Colwall Village Hall, Mill Lane Colwall, WR13 6EQ
Colwall Village Playgroup
A weekly stay and play session at Colwall Community Church. Toys and
activities for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Come along Monday afternoons 1.30 - 3.00pm
Colwall Community Church, Walwyn Road, Colwall
t: Rachel Huckle on 01684 541142
Related pages: Colwall Community Church
Colwall Young Players
Part of the Colwall Players, Colwall Young Players is led by Lee Card (Year 6 teacher at the Colwall Primary School) and Melanie Horton. Meetings are Tuesday evenings, 4:45pm - 5:45pm.New members always welcome. See our website for details, or contact us on the email address below.
Humpty Dumpty Group
Humpty Dumpty is a parent, baby and toddler group aiming to cater for parents with children for all pre-school ages. For your children, there is a great variety of good quality toys to play with, while you will be able to chat and exchange experiences over a well-earned cup of tea/coffee!
Older children (2, 3 and 4-year olds)also have the opportunity each week to make something special to take home - a puppet, a collage or a model etc.
The Humpty Dumpty Group meets at Christ Church Hall, Mondays and Thursdays, 10am - 11.45am.
Cost per family per session in only £1, to include tea/coffee and biscuit for you and your children. Your first visit is free.
Go to our website to find out more about our Autumn programme.
Christ Church Hall, Avenue Road, Malvern
Ledbury Children's Centre
Every month we have lots of great activities on offer to give you and your child different experiences. We would very much like to meet with you and hope that you find this information of value to you.
We are able to support and help young children, parent/carers, parents-to-be and families to reach their full potential by offering services that include access to, Health, Early Years Education and Parent Support Services.
You can find Ledbury Children's Centre in the grounds of Ledbury Primary School; please follow the signs situated at the School which direct you down the walk way besides the School and the Centre can be located behind the School.
We are open Monday to Friday (9am-5pm)
Call or email us on the number below for more details.
Ledbury Children's Centre Long Acres, Ledbury, HR8 2BE
Malvern Advisory Napppy Service
Visit us at the Evergreen Childrens Center in Malvern Link, on the third thursday of every month, with Malvern Slingmeet, 10.30am - 12.00noon. Reusable nappies can be fantastic,
fun and very easy!
We are a non-profit service run in conjunction with Malvern Hills NCT by two mothers who aim to increase awareness of, and provide information on, reusable and biodegradable nappy options.
We have a demo box with all the different types of reusable and cloth nappies that you can get, including many of the main brands.
Come and look at nappies, feel the texture, ask questions and hopefully go away equipped with a lot more knowledge, which allows you to buy a style of reusable nappy that suits you and your baby, rather than being overwhelmed and not using them at all.
We also provide information on the types of biodegradable nappies available out there. Biodegradable disposable nappies are also a good solution if you are not yet ready to commit to reusable nappies and they don't have to be too expensive.
More and more companies are jumping on the eco-friendly band wagon, so prices are coming down and there is a lot more choice these days. We can tell you where to get them locally and what sort of prices you are looking at.
With over 700 reusable nappies to loan out so you can trial different types of nappy and find what is best for you and your child.
We are always looking for more nappies for our library, so if you have any spare nappies that you no longer need we would love to hear from you.
t: 01684 560526
Malvern Baby Gym Club
An informal and friendly clamber club which meets 9.45am - 10.45am every Wednesday during term times at the new gym, the Downs Malvern College Prep School. Run by local mums. Only £5 per term per family. Great fun for active toddlers, with a good range of equipment and lots of space. Come and give us a try!
The Downs Malvern College Prep School
Brockhill Road, Colwall, WR13 6EY
t: Kate Allison on 01684 563563
Malvern Hills NCT
Run by local parents for local parents. We offer support, information and friendship to new parents and parents-to-be.
Malvern Hills NCT is a charity/not-for-profit organisation run by local parents, offering support, information and friendship to new parents and parents-to-be in the Malvern Hills area.
We recognise that becoming a parent is a
life-enhancing experience, but it can also be challenging and sometimes
stressful. We are here to help you through this transition, offering relevant information, reassurance and mutual support. We offer a number of other services including ante natal courses, breastfeeding support, nursing bra measuring service, breast pump hire, nappy advisory service, baby sling library and meet, maternity clothes library, wellington boot library and valley cushion loan.
Go to our website or Facebook page for more information on what is going on for you in the Malvern Hills area with the NCT.
Alfrick, Leigh & Bransford Mothers & Toddlers Group
Alfrick, Leigh & Bransford Mothers & Toddlers Group
Wednesdays, 10.30am (during term time only)
Leigh & Bransford Memorial Hall, Sherridge Road, Leigh Sinton, WR13 5DE
t: 01886 833387
Colwall Scout Group
Colwall Scout Group provides scouting for girls and boys aged between 6 and 14.
Scouting aims to develop the physical, social, intellectual and spiritual potential of young people through a broad and far-reaching programme of activities.
It is run by volunteers who are trained and supported by the worldwide scout movement.
Opportunities for children and adults are wide-ranging and might include: cooking on fires, hiking, camping, visiting police and fire stations, zorbing, grass-boarding, crafts, map-reading, helping in the community, pond dipping, trips abroad, games, halloween sleepovers, planning and expedition, swimming, skating, astronomy, bat-watching, visiting local places of worship, meeting people from the community such as dentists and doctors, first aid, football, tennis, climbing … these are all things that Colwall scouts of different ages have done or are doing over the next year.
Please give us a call if you would like further information for either your child or yourself.
Malvern Cube (formerly Malvern Youth & Community Centre Trust)
We are a youth centre in Malvern offering a wide range of activities for Young People. We are also always looking for people with a few hours to spare who want to give something back to the community.
Monday 3.30 - 6.30pm
(Junior Scooter FREE)
Tuesday 6.30 - 8.30pm
(Project Night FREE)
Thursday 6.30 - 9pm
Saturday 10.30 - 12.30 (SPLAT)FREE Art sessions for kids 0-11 yrs. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Saturday 2.30 - 5pm (SKATE £1)
Albert Road North, Malvern, WR14 2YF
t: 01684 575363
Malvern Hills RDA (Local Riding for the Disabled Association)
Welcome to the Malvern Hills Branch of the the Riding for the Disabled Association.
The RDA was set up to work mainly with people with physical disabilities, although the Groups now work across the spectrum of disabilities, age range, social status and urban and rural environments. The focus of our work is to ensure that each individual has the chance to derive a direct therapeutic benefit and gives them the opportunity to learn new skills, develop self-confidence and generally add a new element to life.
We currently have two riding sessions. The first is on Monday during school term at lunch time (1:30 – 2:30), and the second is on Saturday mornings, term time and holidays (11:00 – 11:30).
We also have one session for the RNIB on Wednesdays during term (16:45 – 17:45).
We are always looking for volunteers to help. If you are happy around horses have some free time to spare, please get in touch.
We are currently hosted by Guinness Park Farm and have been for the past 10 years.
Guinness Park Farm Riding School, Leigh Sinton, Malvern, Worcs WR13 5EQ