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Preschool classes across Stockton for little ones
PRESCHOOL FITNESS: Toddlers and pre-school children in Stockton can try gymnastics, football and dancing thanks to a series of new exercise classes.
From Monday, September 9, Stockton Council is running “Funky Feet” classes, which involve dancing and games, at locations across Stockton and Funky Gymnastics and Funky Football sessions will be held at the Frederick Nattrass Children’s Centre, in Norton.
Funky Football classes cost an introductory price of £1 per child, Funky Feet sessions cost £1 and include a piece of fruit, and Funky Gymnastics aimed at two to five year olds costs £2 per child, per session.
For more information and to book a place on any of the above sessions please contact Leanne Oxley at Stockton Leisure and Sports Development on 01642 524599 or email email@example.com
HISTORY TALK: Chris Lloyd, deputy editor of The Northern Echo, will speak at the next meeting of the Long Newton History Group on Wednesday, September 11 in the Wilson Centre, Long Newton, near Eaglescliffe, Stockton, at 7pm.
He will give an illustrated talk on Darlington’s history, First Among Equals. Entry is £2 for non-members, including refreshments. Call (01642) 651028 for more details.
SCHOOL NURSING: Stockton Council is asking parents to have their say on the future of the school nursing service.
From today (MONDAY SEP 2) families can complete an online survey about their child’s current school nurse service, from emotional health support to healthy eating.
Next year, the results of the questionnaires will be used to help design the school nursing facility which is currently delivered by North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust.
Stockton’s Public Health team will be consulting with parents, children and service providers over the next few months to develop the service ahead of the re-launch.
Everyone who completes a survey will be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 Tees Active voucher.To complete a survey, visit www.stockton.gov.uk/schoolnursereview [ends]
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