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Things to do with DSD in Sutton Coldfield

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MillGod123 Thu 09-Feb-17 12:13:18

We have my DSD every other weekend who is 8-9 years old. I would love to find an activity for her to do or a group to join where she could play with other children her own age and potentially make friends. Any idea's would be welcome. We do lots together as a family but I think she miss's out and would like to see her play with kids her own age.

MNBirminghamLocalEd Fri 10-Feb-17 10:12:42

Hi MillGod123

Here's a few ideas:

If she's sporty, park run might appeal, but your nearest is down in Cannon Hill Park on Sunday mornings at 9am.

Judo and trampolining weekend classes at Wyndley Leisure Centre:

Kombat Kids has Saturday classes at All Saints Church:


Razzmatazz Dance/Drama/Singing classes at Sutton Coldfield Grammar School:

Hope that helps for now. I'm sure someone local to Sutton with some personal recommendations will come along soon!

cd82 Fri 10-Feb-17 10:29:27

My daughter [7] goes to PQA (Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts) in Edgbaston every Saturday morning and she loves it. There's one in Sutton too:

BillyBollyBrum Fri 10-Feb-17 15:12:08

I was going to suggest Razzmatazz and there's Stagecoach as well. Lots of sports and dancing clubs, what sort of thing is she in to?

MillGod123 Fri 10-Feb-17 16:04:44

Thanks for all your suggestions

She loves to sing and is into arts and crafts.

I think she'd love the trampolining... we're going swimming at wyndley tomorrow so I shall ask about it then.

BillyBollyBrum Fri 10-Feb-17 18:58:22

I have 2 DD's the same age roughly, and if you are looking for any holiday clubs YMCA is very good - they do lots of art, cooking, craft. It's just off Pilkington Ave.

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