Mums in the Bolton area

(46 Posts)
SueBa Thu 07-Oct-10 23:01:02

Hi. It looks like the Bolton thread has been a bit quiet of late? I'm a fairly new mum so it would be great to hear from other mums in the area.

misslilangeleyes Sun 13-Sep-15 16:12:47

Hi id like to get to know new mums i have 2 children my 7yr old Kayleigh & 4yr old Jayden my son just started school for first time in reception if any mums would like to chat / make new friends that be great thanks

Samii2013 Tue 26-Nov-13 15:53:53

my little one was born in Royal Bolton Hospital and I am from Bolton as well

Bolbury Tue 18-Dec-12 16:10:38

Your classes sound fab. Did you know you can add a free listing on the local site? I'm the local editor for the Bolton and Bury Mumsnet site so if you need any help just drop me a note. You can also give me a shout through our Facebook page smile

Strikerz Tue 27-Nov-12 22:14:48

Hi. We run two different types of classes for little people that offer an opportunity for parents/guardians to gain some much deserved respite whilst their children are engaged in the activities. Football based sessions for children aged 18 months plus (dribblerz); sessions for children aged 3-5 (tiny Strikerz) and sessions for tiny dancers ( little g). There is very much a social element for parents who come, and with sessions at differing times and venues in Bolton, our provision is worth a look if you are struggling to think of what to do with the cold winter days we are about to face. Give us a call on 07837 972216 if you want to find out more. Thanks!

jill666 Mon 15-Oct-12 11:11:16

dunno if my o/h wasnt workin he wld gladly go bacon buttys or not lol

Flojo1979 Fri 12-Oct-12 18:20:14

I guess they needed something extra special to drag the dads backsides out of bed on a saturday morning!

jill666 Fri 12-Oct-12 09:06:41

thats not fair pressed send to soon lol

jill666 Fri 12-Oct-12 09:06:16

what bacon buttys sad

Flojo1979 Thu 11-Oct-12 22:28:29

Yeah and they do a great saturday morning group for dads and they get a bacon butty too! Us mums r lucky to get a cuppa!

jill666 Thu 11-Oct-12 08:44:08

hi mrsdewhirst and Flojo1979 hahahaha yeah crazy is the no1 rule in our house lol dont know of anywhere that does fridays it all seems 2 b dads only fridays sad funnily enough tho its easier when they are all here together than when its 2 0r 3 of em

vlynjo Fri 05-Oct-12 22:10:49

Hello All,
I don't know if you know but the Mumsnet Local pages are changing very soon. I'd like to introduce myself, I'm the Local Editor for ‘Bolton and Bury' and hope that the new local site will be full of useful information, meet-ups and local talk before long. I noticed quite a few of you seem interested in possibly meeting up with mums in your local area. Would any of you be interested in becoming a Local Ambassador for Mumsnet? What we'd like Local Ambassadors to do is organise one monthly meeting in their local area (it could be a coffee morning, visit to an indoor play centre… anything you like really) and load up listings if they have the time and inclination. You'd be given your own easy-to-use editable meet-ups page if this is something that you'd be interested in. Feel free to PM me if you'd like more info smile

Flojo1979 Sat 29-Sep-12 22:33:01

R u all crazy!
I have 2 DCs and they r hard work enough!

mrsdewhirst Sat 29-Sep-12 16:51:34

Hya, Woah 4 step kids, how is that. I have 2 step kids and one daughter of my own who is 3. Thinking of trying for another tho eek lol

Flojo1979 Fri 28-Sep-12 16:32:15

Hi Jill I've just rediscovered this thread, only 2 yrs late in replying after first post (up at the beginning)!
I live in adlington, but work in Little Lever. If anyone knows of any friday afternoon groups pls do say. Or fancy a meet up. I have a DS 7yo in school and DD nearly 4.

jill666 Fri 14-Sep-12 09:16:18

hi im new to the area (little lever) i hav 2 boys aged 11 and 2 an hav 4 step kids smile lol n just looking for things to do with little one and meet new people x

Linds38 Fri 15-Jun-12 15:13:25

Hi Stephanie

Has ur plan to meet up worked at all? Please message me as my boy is 3, coming up to 4 too! x

Jules670 Thu 19-Apr-12 23:04:12

Hi all. Just getting to grips with the app not that I've started mat leave for number 2! I'm in Horwich and run the Bolton NCT branch. So any requests for what we can organise in the next 12 months would be really welcome! We've just started a bumps and babies group in Blackrod and started talking about running some baby first aid courses in Darcy Lever and 'a n other' location..... As a starter for 10! Be nice to be able to support as many mums as possible so your thoughts would be great wink

lazymonkeyface Mon 19-Mar-12 14:54:36

Thanks! I've not tried it, do you know when it's on?
Also, where abouts near town? (don't feel you have to answer) i'm on St George's st.

GhastlyBespoke Thu 15-Mar-12 09:10:34

Hi lazy

Have you tried St Luke's on Chorley Old Road? It's lovely and not at all cliquey. I took DD there for 2 years.
Am also near the town centre. smile

lazymonkeyface Tue 06-Mar-12 11:52:57

Hi everyone,

This thread has been quiet, so i thought i'd bring it back to life.

I live in the centre of town with my husband and my little boy (6 months). I was going to a baby group at a Sure start centre but i found it very cliquey. Can anyone recommend a good one?


MichelleEntwistle Sun 27-Nov-11 12:12:28

Hey everyone, I live in Great Lever, I have a little girl who's just turned 1 and I've just found out I'm pregnant again, eek!
I had the same problem with baby/toddler groups as the Children's Centres have become rubbish, but I recently started going to a Salvation Army parent and toddler group just off St Helens Road on a Monday and Friday morning, even though I'm not religious I still think it's great and my little girl loves it too!

Boltonghirl Mon 21-Nov-11 15:40:21

Ah should have ticked 'convert links automatically'box. D'oh!

Boltonghirl Mon 21-Nov-11 15:33:44

Hi all - working mother of two based in Bolton - who said it gets easier as they get older?? Anyway my hubby runs a civil ceremony company and does baby naming ceremonies. If anyone is interested visit his website or message me for more details.

GiggidyGiggidy Wed 16-Nov-11 00:24:14

Hi Steph, I would be interested in something like that. My dd is 6months and so some of the groups available locally are not suitable for her (they are mostly aimed at toddlers doing arts and crafts etc). Plus it would be nice to get out somewhere different and meet other mums of children of a similiar age to mine.

stephfinn30 Wed 09-Nov-11 13:45:35

Calling all mums..I have looked for play groups in our area and i cannot find anything. I was thinking of going to fidgets (on dunscar industrial estate) on Friday morning. I thought this would be a good chance to meet other mums and also try and set up something more regular for our tots. Let me know anyone who would be interested in this.

Mum to Lj - 3.5 & IH - 9 months


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