Builds strong bones & muscles

Having strong bones in childhood lays a foundation for bone health throughout life. We build almost all our bone density when we're children and teens. The bone-building process is mostly finished around age 20. As adults, we still replace old bone with new bone, but more slowly. Over time, our bones get weaker. Children with strong bones have a better chance of avoiding bone weakness later in life. You can help by making sure children get the three key ingredients for healthy bones: calcium, vitamin D, and exercise.

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Funky Feet

Funky Feet is a physical activity programme for early years. It is a fun session that is suitable for children age 18 months-6 years which develops a child's fundamental movement skills. These skills are the building blocks a child needs to enable them to develop the skills needed for participation in a range of spor

Big Toddle

Get your party hats on and help us celebrate The Big Toddle’s 25th Birthday by joining us on another roar-some Safari-themed adventure! Taking place on Wednesday 1st June, 10:00 – 11:30 @ Present Park

The Big Toddle is a short, sponsored walk for our littlest supporters. It’s