Toddler groups from Brent enjoy annual picnic 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.
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“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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