All sessions run at Lune Park are termtime only and free unless it states otherwise. Booking is essential.
For any questions ring Lune Park on 01524 581280
Lune Park Neighbourhood Centre, Ryelands Park, Lancaster, LA1 2LN

Tuesday

Baby Massage
Time:  10.00-11.00am
A 6 week course runs every half term
Birth to crawling, to promote nurturing touch and communication. Please bring a towel and oil with you. 

Bounce and Rhyme
Time: 1.30pm-2.30pm
This group follows the “Hungry Little Minds” campaign which encourages parents and carers to adopt positive activities and behaviours to boost children’s communication, language, and literacy development.
This is a group aimed for babies and toddlers to join in with singing songs to aid development of language and communication.

School Readiness
Time: 3.30pm-4.30pm
A group for 3 to 5 years olds aimed to develop your child’s personal, social and communication skills, to prepare and support them during their transition to nursery or school. The age and stage activities will allow your child to develop their independence skills further building confidence in a fun environment.

Wednesday

Chat, Play and Read
Time: 9.30-10.30am
Is aimed at early communication, play, reading and interaction with your child. It helps parents to understand the age and stage development of their child and moves onto school readiness.

AOK
Time: 1pm-3pm
A parent peer support group providing a safe and welcoming environment for children with any additional needs and their parents/carers to enjoy a variety of activities and meet new friends. Siblings welcomed too.

Thursday

Wiggle and Giggle
Time: 1pm-2pm
A group aimed at babies over 6 months old offering key information and advice about safer sleeping, comforting a crying baby (ICON), language development and home safety.  Babies will be entertained with fun activities and group nursery rhymes.

Friday

Messy Play
Time: 9.30am-10.30am
Children explore the world through touch. It is important to give your child plenty of opportunities to experience different touch sensations. Messy Play is a great way to give your child lots of different sensations and it helps them to develop hand and finger coordination.