Pyjama Party Fun in Stone

Sylvia Mallory, Bailey Brennand and Jo Downes with Rat-a-tat, the Rhythm Time puppet.
Sylvia Mallory, Bailey Brennand and Jo Downes with Rat-a-tat, the Rhythm Time puppet.

Babies, toddlers and even some parents have been pulling on their pyjamas to help raise valuable funds for the University Hospital of North Staffordshire’s Neonatal Unit. Rhythm Time music classes for babies and toddlers were fundraising in their class on Monday 3rd November at St Dominic’s Social Centre in Stone.

Jo Downes, local franchisee and class teacher, hopes to raise as much money as possible for the Hospital. “The neonatal unit carries out some amazing work, and as a parent, you can really relate to how important these services are,” she added.

Rhythm Time’s unique sets of children’s music classes have been specifically written for the different age groups: babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. The sessions are multi-sensory and involve singing, movement and playing percussion instruments. As children grow in confidence and reach each key developmental stage, they make a seamless transition to the next age appropriate class.

Donations are welcome by contacting 07947 525791. A free trial at Rhythm Time can be booked by calling Jo on 07947 525791 or visiting www.rhythmtime.net/jd3