Music With Mummy (Newbury)

Jolly Babies are sessions dedicated to babies from birth to walking. This is a great first musical introduction for babies with lots of traditional and original fun songs to learn and sing. Instrument time is also a must for those little fingers! Sessions are kept small with only 8 babies maximum so that the sessions are tailored and mums are able to benefit from the social occasion too!
Music with Mummy is aimed at children from 12 months (or walkers) to approx 3 years old - although most people remain in these sessions until they start school! We have created a two year programme with each half term having a different theme so that you never get bored of the music, songs and actions! From Colours, to family, the Rain to Spring, Christmas to Farm animals - each session has dedicated songs which relate to the current theme so that your repertoire of songs keeps growing.
Three Four Time is for pre-school children providing more musical challenges, again with a two year programme to develop and encourage music in all areas of our lives.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Ruth Favede
Contact Position
Regional Coordinator

Where to go

Newbury Methodist Church
Northbrook Street
RG14 1AN

There is plenty of space to leave your prams and buggies plus a baby change area, however, unfortunately there is no parking directly on the site.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Sessions running Tuesdays to Fridays 9.30 - 14.30
Time of day

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£4.50 per session
The sessions cost £4.50, payable half termly


Age Ranges

Age Range Notes

Age Range: upto 4 years

Other notes

Fun educational music sessions for children from birth to school age.

Birth - 1 year - Jolly Babies: Tues 12.00, 12.45; Wed 12.00; Thurs 12.45; 13.30; Fri 11.45.

1-3 years - Music with Mummy: Tues 9.45; 10.30; 11.15; Wed 9.30, 10.15; Thurs 9.45, 10.30, 11.15; Fri 9.30, 10.15, 11.00.

3-4 years - Three Four Time: Tues 13.30; Wed 11.00; Fri 13.15.

Local Offer

Local Offer Age Bands
0 to 1
1 to 4
Needs Level

General Provider

Is your service accessible? (consider in general terms how you make your service accessible, in addition to any specific premises issues)

The hall is accessible in terms of Disabled facilities, access to the building and rooms and all on the ground floor

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