‘Who let the dads out’ day planned for Cromer church

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:56 09 May 2018

Cromer Church. Picture: David Bale

Cromer Church. Picture: David Bale


‘Who let the dads out?’ is the playful theme of an event being planned for Cromer Church on Saturday, May 12.

Dads, stepdads, granddads, male carers are invited to spend some quality time with their pre-school toddlers at the church 8.30am-10.30am, and meet other dads.

Dads can do craft activity with their toddler or just play with the toys.

Tea, coffee and bacon rolls will be available.

A £2 donation per family is requested for the event, which takes place monthly on the 2nd Saturday of the month in parish church lounge. For more information, email or call 01263 512000.


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