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Adventure Hour at The Beacon

For ages 2 - 4 and their families

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Join us at the Beacon Centre for Adventure Hour: a series of free creative storytelling sessions for families with children aged 2 – 4 living in the Beacon Heath, Pinhoe and Whipton areas. Snacks and a drink are included.

Adventure Hour is a series of free creative storytelling sessions for children aged 2 – 4. In each session, we will go on an exciting adventure together – exploring new places, moving our bodies, singing songs, telling stories, and making something to take home with us. Grown-ups can join in too: Adventure Hour is a chance to play and create together. Snacks and a drink are included. Everyone is welcome – all sessions are inclusive of all access, learning and language needs.

Big / little brothers and sisters are welcome to join in too, but we recommend that where possible, you bring a friend / grandparent to look after them. This is so you can focus on enjoying Adventure Hour with your 2 – 4 year old.

If you have any questions, please contact Nicole on

The first session is on Saturday 23 April, 10am – 11.15am. You are automatically signed up for the whole series by booking your space for this date, but it’s ok if you can’t join us every Saturday. Dates are:

Sat 23 April
Sat 30 April
Sat 7 May
Sat 14 May
Sat 21 May
Sat 28 May

These sessions are now FULL. To be added to our waiting list, please email or call us on 01392 72 63 63. We will then get in touch with you if a place becomes available.

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