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Who Let The Dads Out!

Why should the mums have all the fun? Join us at 'Who Let The Dads Out' - the ultimate babies and toddlers group designed exclusively for dads. As a father of three, I've been to countless groups, and let's face it, as dads, we often feel like the odd ones out. It can be a little intimidating and awkward.

But fear not! 'Who Let The Dads Out' is here to change that. It's a fantastic space where dads and their little ones, aged 0 to 8, can come together, bond, and have an absolute blast. No overwhelming mom circles to navigate, just a laid-back atmosphere filled with laughter and joy. You deserve this special time with your children, surrounded by like-minded dads who understand the joys and challenges of fatherhood.

And the cherry on top? It's all completely free, including a delicious breakfast barm to kickstart your day! Who doesn't love a free breakfast?

Join us at the Cale Green Life Centre every third Saturday of the month, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. You'll be greeted with warmth and refreshing beverages like tea, coffee, and juice, and a wide array of toys and activities to keep your children engaged and entertained.

Remember, you're not alone in this journey of fatherhood. We understand the importance of fatherhood and want to provide a supportive community just for you.

Take the plunge and be a part of 'Who Let The Dads Out.' Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity for dads to connect, relax, and create lasting memories with their little ones.

See you there!

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  • Cale Green Life Centre
  • 71 Adswood Road
  • Stockport
  • SK3 8HR
  • 0161 850 8360

The Life Centre car park has disabled parking spaces.

The building has wheelchair access and an accessible toilet.

Wheelchair access is not available to the upper floor, which is used for some children's groups during Sunday services.

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