Hey Diddle Diddle  2020

Hey Diddle Diddle 2020

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Become a Member

Have you discovered the perfect fun, friendly and musical way to start the week for you and your child? Hey Diddle Diddle is a sing-a-long and play sessions held every Monday for pre-school children and their grown-ups.

With free tea and coffee plus a chance to stay and play and meet other parents and grandparents too, Hey Diddle Diddle makes for a greatly enjoyable Monday morning.

Duration: 45mins with no interval

  • Mon 3 Feb 10:30 AM £6.00
  • Mon 10 Feb 10:30 AM £6.00
  • Mon 17 Feb 10:30 AM £6.00
  • Mon 24 Feb 10:30 AM £6.00
  • Mon 2 Mar 10:30 AM £6.00
  • Mon 9 Mar 10:30 AM £6.00
  • Mon 16 Mar 10:30 AM £6.00
  • Mon 23 Mar 10:30 AM £6.00
  • Mon 30 Mar 10:30 AM £6.00

Book Tickets

  • Mon 3 February 10:30 AM
  • Mon 10 February 10:30 AM
  • Mon 17 February 10:30 AM
  • Mon 24 February 10:30 AM
  • Mon 2 March 10:30 AM
  • Mon 9 March 10:30 AM
  • Mon 16 March 10:30 AM

Time: 10.30am to 11.15am

Tickets: £6 per session (1 adult & 1 pre-school child).

£2 for an additional child or adult. (Please call the Ticket Office on 01865 305 305 to book).

Age guideline: 5 and under

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