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Bitesize Lunch Group

If you are an expectant mum or looking after a young baby you would very welcome to join us for lunch. Come and meet others at a similar stage of life, chat, make friends and let us look after you for a while . Bitesize…

If you are an expectant mum or looking after a young baby you would very welcome to join us for lunch. Come and meet others at a similar stage of life, chat, make friends and let us look after you for a while .

Bitesize runs every Thursday during term time from 12.00-1.15 pm in the Chapel at Hawke Lane.

The group is primarily aimed at those who are pregnant or with babies under a year but older siblings are very welcome too. A selection of toys appropriate for younger children are available to keep the little ones entertained whilst the adults eat and talk.

A sandwich lunch is on offer for the adults. We suggest a contribution of £2.00 (75p for older siblings if they eat too) to cover the cost of the food.

You are welcome to bring lunch for your baby and there are seats with trays if these are needed.

There is always enough food so feel free to come along and join us, it would be lovely to see you! 

Who to contact

E-mail
childrensworker@bloxhambaptist.org
Website
http://www.bloxhambaptist.org/our-ministries/toddlers/

Where to go

Name
Baptist Church
Address
Hawke Lane
Bloxham
Banbury
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX15 4PY

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Thursday 12.15pm - 1.15pm
Time of day
Afternoon
Session Information
Term time

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£1.50 Per session
Details

Lunch included. £1.50 per adult and 50p per child eating.

Availability

Age Ranges
0 - 2 years

Additional Information

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

Last checked on 09/08/2021

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