Whether you are looking for a free taster session to try with your little one, a free toddler activity at the museum or a cafe to try, here are six events and places to go around Tunbridge Wells this week…
#1 Skippers Hill Manor Preparatory School Open Morning – Tuesday 23rd January
Set in 22 acres of idyllic countryside, Skippers Hill Manor Preparatory School is a family-run co-educational independent day school in Five Ashes, Mayfield, for children aged two to thirteen.
To gain a true insight into school life and to find out what makes Skippers Hill so special, prospective families are invited to visit to sample the atmosphere and, most of all, meet staff and pupils. The next Open Morning takes place this Tuesday from 9.30am to 11.30am. Families will have the opportunity to tour the school and see the work of children already at Skippers Hill. For more information please visit www.skippershill.com or call 01825 830 234. Book your place at the Open Morning HERE.
#2 Daisy Birthing Active Antenatal Course – starts Tuesday 23rd January
The next term of Daisy Birthing Active Antenatal Classes run from this Tuesday to 27th February 2018 at The Freestyle Yoga Project Studio in Tunbridge Wells. The sessions are a great way of uniquely combining flowing movement, breathing techniques, deep relaxation, gentle birth hypnosis and all the antenatal education you need to make informed choices and help yourself to a positive birth while making lifelong friends.
From 14 weeks pregnant onwards. The cost is £68 for 6 weeks. Visit the website HERE to book your place for the Tunbridge Wells course. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Daisy Foundation website HERE where you’ll see the other pre and post natal classes on offer too. Note – there are sessions also taking place in Hurst Green Village Hall starting on Wednesday 24th January 2018.
#3 Free Taster with Baby Sensory – Thursday 25th January
Join Baby Sensory for a FREE TASTER this Thursday at 10am full of magical, multi sensory delights for your baby to enjoy.
Head under the deep blue sea to find lots of fish, some sharks, and plenty of sea creatures in this session at St Peter’s Church on Bayhall Road in Tunbridge Wells. Booking is essential and can be made online using THIS LINK.
#4 CV Webinar with Meaningful Recruitment – Daily
Are you planning on applying for a new job in 2018 but your CV is completely out of date and needs some attention? Has ‘updating your CV’ been top of your to do list for ages but it still hasn’t been done months later?
Join local Mum and founder of Meaningful Recruitment, Katie Redfern, for a 25 minute CV Webinar where you’ll learn the ideal CV format to use, what to include, what to leave out, tips on how to go the extra mile and give the reader relevant information so you stand out during the selection process. For more details go to Meaningful Recruitment – click on ‘Classes’ to book your session and register. Email Katie@meaningfulrecruitment.
#4 Friday Fun at the Museum: Dolls – Friday 26th January
Take part in ‘Friday Fun’ at Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art’s Gallery’s drop-in craft sessions for 2-5 year olds this Friday. The theme for this month is ‘Dolls’.
This is a monthly free drop-in art, craft and storytelling session and children must be accompanied by an adult. The session runs from 10.30am to 11.30am. No need to book ahead for these free drop-in sessions
#5 Visit Kingdom in Penshurst – Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
Have you been to Kingdom in Penshurst? We visited for the first time on Friday and my goodness it’s great! The cafe is run by Basil Tunbridge Wells with both sweet and savoury options. Try the Millionaire’s Shortbread – it’s amazing!
There is oodles of space with rustic tables and chairs throughout, dogs are welcome and it was really cosy with a wood burning stove too. The setting is stunning and the views are immense. If you haven’t been before, go go go! It is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 4pm. Find out more HERE.