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Toddler groups from Brent enjoy annual picnic in Wembley

PUBLISHED: 13:41 08 June 2015 | UPDATED: 13:41 08 June 2015

The seventh  annual Brent Parent and Toddler Network picnic took place in King Edwards Park in Wembley

The seventh annual Brent Parent and Toddler Network picnic took place in King Edwards Park in Wembley

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Delighted young children and adults basked in the sun as they enjoyed an annual picnic which took place in a park in Wembley yesterday.

The seventh Brent Parent and Toddler Network event in King Edwards Park included fun activities such as face painting, ball games, parachute fun and a Big Sing.

Youngsters were even given the chance to milk Daisy the cow, which was created by one of the volunteers from Daniel’s Den a local toddlers group.

This event brings together toddler groups from all over Brent.

Joanna Gordon, the director of Daniel’s Den, said: “It’s wonderful to see everyone having so much fun in the park with family and friends.

“Toddler groups are great places to meet new people and play games, sing and develop a sense of belonging. This picnic is just an outside version.”

For more information visit brentparentsandtoddlers.org.

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