Tumble Tots – National Children Activity Week – Bramhall

11 Oct 2015

Once Upon A Time with Tumble Tots and Peppa Pig for National Children’s Activity Week 2015

During the National Children’s Activity Week (12th – 18th October) Tumble Tots will be encouraging children across the UK to help other children as they all join in our Once Upon A Time theme.

The classes will be themed around our favourite traditional stories like Little Red Riding Hood and Jack and the Beanstalk with Peppa Pig. As well as encouraging the children to get physically active. Research done by Leeds Beckett University found nearly a quarter of British children under the age of five are overweight or obese. Tumble Tots and Peppa Pig are working together to highlight the importance of physical play and the importance of imaginary play.

During National Children’s Activity Week children will be encouraged to imagine they are part of a traditional story by recreating the main character. These classes will also be sprinkled with Peppa Pig magic where the children will be encouraged to come dressed up as Peppa or one of her family.

Tumble Tots are also excited to reveal that customers will be offered the chance to win some fabulous Peppa Pig and Tumble Tots goodies.

To enter simply go to www.tumbletots.com/bramhall and this will also give you information on classes in your area.

Tumble Tots is an active play programme for children from 6 months to seven years. It is designed to develop children’s physical skills of agility, balance, co-ordination and climbing as well as develop their positive personality traits. The sessions are 45-minutes, once a week. And there are more than 400 Tumble Tots centres in the UK. Since 1979, more than a million children have experienced the Tumble Tots lifestyle. There are currently 40,000 Tumble Tots members.

They run classes at Bramhall Village Club and Bramhall Lane Tennis Club on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays


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