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  • Mother's Day Taster
    Sunday 26th March

    We have a fantastic opportunity to try a taster session of our popular Baby Sensory class - a wonderful treat for new mums on Mother's day!

    Over 300 babies in this area already attend these classes each week. Come along and see for yourself why so many people love them!

    Mother's Day One off / Taster Session - 11.30am on Sunday 26th March at Little Stars​ alongside The Milky Way

    Great news - this session is also open to previous bookers, those who work on Mondays and anyone else not currently enrolled on the class. Current bookers, please note that you will be treated to this session during your normal class on Monday 27th March!

    To book visit -

    Baby Sensory classes normally take place on a Monday and bookings for the new term, starting after the Easter holidays, have just opened.
    10am 0-6 months
    11.30am 6-13 months - FULL / WAITING LIST
    1pm 0-6 months
    2.30pm 6-13 months

    What are Baby Sensory Classes?

    Baby Sensory is a programme developed especially for babies from birth to 13 months. Babies’ brains develop more in their first year than at any other time in their lives - they are never too young! Our classes are designed to let babies have lots of fun, whilst stimulating their brain development through brilliant sensory activities. Every week has a different theme, and each class focuses on fun whilst giving your baby something magical to explore.

    These friendly and informal classes are a great way to meet other parents and along the way you'll be learning about how your baby develops as well as picking up loads of fun ideas to use at home!

    For anyone who wants to book on to the class after the one off session, this class can be started at any time as long as we have space - but it is VERY popular. It is normally booked in term or half term blocks with prices starting from £6 a session. Prices also include a FREE unlimited entry pass for you and your little one to Little Stars and The Milky Way.