Lee Mill Toddlers Together – restarts on Fri 6th Jan

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Song and Story Time

A friendly and welcoming toddler and baby group for young families.  There are lots of toys to play with, simple crafts, dressing-up, stories, singing and refreshments. Any pre-school age children from near Lee Mill and Ivybridge, Sparkwell parish, Plympton, Cornwood, Lutton, Yealmpton, Burraton, Ermington parish, Smithaleigh, Woodlands, Cadleigh, Venton, Langage or Lucas Wood, in the South Hams area, East of Plymouth, South Devon, are welcome.

Parents and carers are responsible for their children.  Telephone or email for more information.

Lee Mill Toddlers Together for parents and carers with babies, toddler and upwards.

Lee Mill Toddlers Together for parents and carers with babies, toddler and upwards.

Toddlers Together currently has spare places available.  Just turn up at 10 on Friday, use the Contact Us form or ring 07971-435728 for any enquiries.

Our aim is to run a toddler group for families who live in or near Lee Mill and the Western side of Ivybridge, where people can make good and lasting friendships, with benefits for both the adults and the children.

Lee Mill is just West of Ivybridge, East of Plympton, along the A38, and there are buses from Ivybridge – see the How to Find Us tab.

A word about free car parking:  If you have any difficulty with parking near Lee Mill chapel, just ask because there are various driveways and other places where you can park.  It is almost always possible to park on Plymouth Road just near Hazeldene Close, in Hazeldene Close itself, on New Park Road and on the opposite side of Plymouth Road from the old Lee Mill Inn, i.e. near Western Cottages, so no-one should need to walk with a toddler more than about 30 yards.

You can even get in through the chapel back gate from New Park Road in Lee Mill, down an alleyway just next to the 20A bus stop on the South side of New Park Road, near number 37.

See the map on the How to Find Us page.  Plymouth Road is the main road through the village that comes off the A38.

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