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NCT Baby Ramblers

Baby Ramblers is great excuse to get out and about with your little one, as we stroll on a pram friendly path from the Queen Victoria statue in Abbey Gardens up to the lock and back down in to town for a cuppa. It a…

Baby Ramblers is great excuse to get out and about with your little one, as we stroll on a pram friendly path from the Queen Victoria statue in Abbey Gardens up to the lock and back down in to town for a cuppa.

It a totally free group and open to all. A friendly volunteer will be at the Queen Victoria statue at 1.30 pm to welcome you, ready to set off at 1.40.
Dogs are welcome. In case of rain, meet as planned, but the group will keep dry in a local cafe.

This group aims to protect emotional well-being by bringing people together and enjoying some fresh air and gentle exercise.  You don't need to be an NCT member to take part.  Mums, dads and partners are all welcome; particularly those on Shared Parental Leave.

2 hours free parking at Abbey Meadows carpark.  The walk lasts 45 to 60 minutes (at a very gentle pace) with an optional cafe stop at the end.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sophie
Telephone
07775 933127
E-mail
branch.abingdon@nct.org.uk
Website
NCT Abingdon web page

Where to go

Name
The Queen Victoria statue
Address
Abbey House
Abbey Close
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX14 3JE
Notes

If you are approaching from Abbey Meadows car park, the statue is in the gardens just before you get to the formal garden area behind the council offices.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
The FIRST Friday of each month at 1.30pm
Time of day
Afternoon
Open all year

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Free!

Additional Information

Providing services to
0 - 4 years (pre-school)

Last checked on 08/01/2020

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