The Westminster Society,
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Rainbow Drop-in

Time to play, meet people and have fun

Time to play, meet people and have fun

Rainbow Drop-in is a free play session for children aged 0- 5 years and their parents or carers.  This is a great opportunity to meet with other Mums and Dads and our staff, while the children enjoy the activities.

Why not drop in between 1pm – 3pm every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The Rainbow Drop-in is free, simply complete a registration form for your child on arrival; please contact us for more information about these sessions.

Each session is themed and run by experienced and qualified staff. Come along to one of the following sessions:

Tuesday: Little Kickers

Thursday: Cooking and crafts

Friday: Music

Location

We offer this service in the following areas

Rainbow Crèche

11 Bravington Road
London
W9 3AB

020 8968 2690

We would love to hear from you

To find out more contact
Nursery Manager

020 8968 2690

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Covid-19 Update

The Westminster Society is calling for health equality for people with learning disabilities to ensure they have access to regular Covid-19 testing, and that vaccines are made available on an equitable basis alongside people living in elderly and nursing care facilities.

Our CEO has written to Helen Whately Minister of State for Social Care asking for a change in policy – please see her letter here.

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