Lets Get Messy!
About Lets Get Messy!
||Pollok Community Centre 134 Langton Road, Glasgow South Side G53 5DP
||Facebook information can be found here
Let's Get Messy is a new fantastic opportunity for children 6 months to 7 years to play with lots of messy activities.
AT Let's Get Messy we encourage your children to play with lots of different messy activities, like shaving foam, gloop, flour, rice, sand, water and lots more messy activities, there will also be a painting area, arts and crafts table and a play doh area.
There is free tea and coffee and biscuits for adults and juice and sweets or biscuits for children.
Come along every Saturday and join us, 1 hour is £4 and 2 hours is £7. Visit our Facebook page for more details, website coming soon.
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