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Who Let The Dads Out?

At Heaton Mersey Methodist Church, Cavendish Road, SK4 3DP.

This is a play session for dads, granddads or male carers and their children up to the age of 5.

The aim is to provide somewhere for dads or male carers to spend time with their children. Toys, drinks and biscuits will be provided for the children and bacon butties, tea or coffee for the adults.

The sessions are usually held on the first Saturday of each month from 10am-12pm (£3.00 per family). The next sessions will be Sat 2nd February, 2nd March and 6th April.

For more details, contact Tracy: 07598 572904 or email: tracy@hmmc.org.uk

To save time on the day you can bring along a completed registration form by clicking here.
For printable poster click here.

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