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FAMILY LEARNING VISIT TO TEENY TOWN
The Organic Cookery School is delighted to organise a free family learning visit to Teeny Town in North End, Portsmouth. A fantastic role play centre designed for preschoolers - watch your little ones' imaginations come to life in the mini supermarket, cafe, construction area, hairdressers or dressing up zone.
This visit is suitable for parents and children from walking to 5 years and is free of charge for the first adult and child in each family. Please email if you wish to bring a child older or younger than this age range (email@example.com).
We have exclusive use of Teeny Town from 1.30 pm to 3pm on Monday, 18th April 2016. There is a small cafe on site and you are welcome to bring snacks for your little ones but food and drinks cannot be taken into the main play area.
We expect demand to be high for this visit so prebooking is essential. You will be emailed a registration form which needs to be completed and returned with full details of all adults and children attending by Friday 15th April latest. We will also email full details of where to park nearby.
We are asking a small contribution of £3.00 per second/third child to help cover costs, however if you bring a grandparent or partner they can book a free place for a child too.
A bit about 'Teeny Town' (from http://www.teenytown.co.uk/ ):
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The Organic Cookery School
The Organic Cookery School is a not-for-profit organisation which promotes and delivers cookery activities to children, families and young adults. Our main objectives include encouraging & supporting families to make ethical and healthy food choices and to develop practical cookery skills through a range of workshops and courses delivered either during the school or nursery day, or after school, at weekends and in the holidays. Activities are tailored to specific age groups and support the key outcomes of Every Child Matters and the Learning Outside the Classroom Manifesto.
We also provide training and support to schools and early years settings in the delivery of family cookery programmes and nutrition.