Young mums enjoy time together

PUBLISHED: 17:00 15 February 2011

The Barn in Great Western Road. Clevedon.  Members of AMICA young mums group enjoying craft and art session with Youth Worker Celia Nott. Jodie Paulo, Clarissa Curtis, Philippa Hale, Becky Bradley and Megan Bradley.

The Barn in Great Western Road. Clevedon. Members of AMICA young mums group enjoying craft and art session with Youth Worker Celia Nott. Jodie Paulo, Clarissa Curtis, Philippa Hale, Becky Bradley and Megan Bradley.

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COLOURFUL craft sessions were enjoyed by young mums in Clevedon.

The Barn in Great Western Road. Clevedon.  Members of AMICA young mums group enjoying craft and art session with Youth Worker Celia Nott. Jodie Paulo, Clarissa Curtis, Philippa Hale, Becky Bradley and Megan Bradley.

Weekly workshops are put on at The Barn in Great Western Road for girls aged 21 and under who have a child.

They are designed to give the mums a chance to socialise and enjoy activities while their young ones are looked after in the centre’s creche.

As well as listening to talks, a health visitor will attend regular sessions and the group also enjoys outings together.

Set up in 1998, the group is aimed at giving young mums more confidence, allowing them the chance to meet other people in a similar situation and giving them advice and guidance on the services available to them.

The Barn in Great Western Road. Clevedon.  Members of AMICA young mums group enjoying craft and art session with Youth Worker Celia Nott. Jodie Paulo, Clarissa Curtis, Philippa Hale, Hannah Collins and Megan Bradley.

Sessions are held every Thursday from 1-3pm. To find out more call 01275 878735.


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