Weekday activities for mums and 0-5 year olds
St Andrew's welcomes everyone, including mums-to-be, and parents and carers with toddlers and pre-school children. Toddlers and Bump & Beyond have returned to being drop-in groups, although number restrictions still apply: for information email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent and Toddler Groups (weekly during school terms)
We have two groups that meet in the A2 hall, next to our main church building. We have a good selection of toys and ride-ons, and have craft and singing activities each week. Free parking in the large Waitrose car park.Buggy park just outside the entrance, under cover. Free (optional donation £1.50 per family).
** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
St Andrews Toddler group, Monday and Wednesday mornings
Due to increased numbers and concerns about safety we're unable to register any new families until further notice. When we reach the capacity of 18 registered families our gate will be locked. If you arrive and the gate is locked, please accept our sincere apologies. Andy’s café, just next door has a great family area with activities for little ones; they provide a very warm welcome and serve wonderful REAL coffee!
Bump & Beyond (formerly Bump to Birthday): support for mums and mums-to-be
A relaxed group on Fridays for mums-to-be and mums with babies not yet walking: for support, to make friends and to share experiences. Fun for babies with toys and activities. Drinks and biscuits. We meet in our A2 hall, next to the church. Free entry. Free parking in the Waitrose car park.
Mums Bible Study with Creche (fortnightly during school terms)
Come and learn about and share your faith with other mums whilst your children enjoy supervised play.
Andy's Community Cafe
You are always welcome here to meet your friends over coffee, or enjoy cake or a delicious lunch (offered on a "pay as you feel" basis). There is a play area to keep your entertained.
Monday to Thursday: 10am-2.30pm
All workers and volunteers with responsibility for work with babies, toddlers children, youth or vulnerable adults are required to have a current DBS certificate and to follow the Parish Safeguarding Policy in line with the requirements of the Diocese of Guildford in the Church of England.