Who Let The Dads Out?

Who Let The Dads Out?

A morning of fun and activities for dads, granddads and male carers with toddlers up to the age of 6. Tea/coffee and a bacon buttie for dad. Juice and biscuits and lots of toys, fun, craft,
music and games for the kids. Meet other dads!

Last Saturday of every month
All Saints’ Church Hall
Stewart Street, Crewe, CW2 8LX
Time: 9.30 to 11.30am    Admission: £2.00 per family

Family Saints

An opportunity for families
to join together
in play and crafts,
singing and listening to stories
about Jesus
and to enjoy a meal with others

Ask Janette Webster for more details

All Saints Church Footsteps

Footsteps is the name for the children's fellowship group at All Saints.

Its for all school-age children - and we meet in Church every Sunday morning from 10:45 to 11:45.

We have fun learning more about Jesus, and about the world.

If you want to know more, please call Sandra Peake on 01270 215278.

All Saints - Mums & Tots Group

The group is for mums and tots who live in the Valley area of Crewe.

We meet in the parish hall every Monday morning from 9.30 to 11.15a.m. during term time.

We have lots of toys and activities for the tots, and its good to meet other mums for a break and a chat too.

If you'd like to come along call Jessica Ennes-Borlace on 01270 567146 for more details.

All Saints Youth Club

The Youth Club is for young people living in the Valley area of Crewe. They meet in the All Saints hall every Wednesday.
The Juniors (Age 8-11) meet from 6.30–8p.m. The Seniors (Age 11-21) meet from 8–10p.m.
The leader is Maureen Cross, contact her on 01270 663301 for more information.

St. Peter's - First Friends Tots Group

St. Peters supports the First Friends Tots Group, which meets in the Church Hall, on Vincent Street. Check out their web site on www.firstfriendspreschool.co.uk or email.

First Friends aims to provide your child with a fun, safe and stimulating introduction to education through play and organised activities. Children have the chance to enjoy all the elements of messy play, art, role-play, sound & music, jigsaws, construction and out of door activities.

First Friends is a charitable organisation, which is run by a parent committee. Early years development is key to First Friends. They work closely with OFSTED and the pre-school Learning Alliance, and follow all the relative guidelines and regulations.
Please contact Jackie Tudor on 01270 251912 for more information.

All Saints Brownies

Brownies caters for girls between the ages of 7 and 10, although they can stay until their eleventh Birthday if they are not ready to progress.

While at Brownies the girls will learn lots of different skills that will prepare them for adult life.
The girls are encouraged to think for themselves and be involved in planning their meetings and in decision making.

Some of the activities that take place are, cooking, art work, craft, games, singing and music, caring for the environment, raising money for charity and keeping fit. This year we are planning to take the Brownies on pack holiday for a long weekend.

Brownies learn and say a promise that they will love their God, serve the queen and country and help other people. They must also commit themselves to keeping the Brownie Guide Law which is to do a good turn every day. They are also expected to attend church parades on approximately 5 occasions throughout the year.

Our meeting take place every Thursday during term time from 4.45 pm until 6.30 pm. Subscriptions are paid termly. If you would like to pop along to have a look for yourselves please do so. We are always looking to recruit new girls and potential leaders. You will find us very friendly and approachable.
The leader is Angela Hall, call her on 07709 859139 for more information.