Good things to do with toddlers in Haslemere please?

(34 Posts)
Gypsy12 Fri 09-Nov-12 13:37:05

Hello, I'm just moving to Haslemere with my DH and a 17 month old and feeling a bit nervous now the move is finally imminent. Can anyone tell me some good days out / things to do with a toddler in the area? And any other tips if you live around there!

charla79 Thu 05-Sep-13 09:28:42

Hello all! Yes, this thread really did help to meet people and it's always good to meet new mums. Please message me if you'd like to meet up, my 3 year old boy has made some friends at nursery but could do with some play dates too. Plus, adult conversation is always a bonus! I also have an 8 month old daughter x

Mummystoodz Sat 31-Aug-13 19:21:25

Hi ladies I moved to haslemere in June I love it am back to work next week but do get some time off during the week if anyone want s to meet up with the lo I have a 10 month old daughter message me :-)

tambamwam Wed 14-Aug-13 08:29:32

Hi Ladies, I too have recently moved to Fernhurst, Haslemere and would love for my little 3 year old boy to meet some local friend's... I would like some too!!!!! Be great to hear from some ladies in the same situation as me! Xx

annasmurals Fri 02-Aug-13 15:42:58

Hi Girls ! I have just moved to lovely Haslemere from Elstree (Hertfordshire) . Never been in the area before so me and my lovely 4 year old son and my nearly 5 months old baby girl looking for friends ! smile Looking forward to hear from you ! xxx

New2Haslemere Fri 19-Jul-13 14:17:43

Hi ladies,
I moved to Haslemere about 6 weeks ago and have a (nearly) 18 month old daughter. Starting to meet a few people through play group but would love to meet more people. Sounds like there are people other than myself who are fans of coffee and cake!If anyone's up for coffee/play dates please let me know. Thanks x

Laulou10 Mon 08-Jul-13 08:20:00

Hi everyone! I haven't been on here for a good few months now, so was pleasantly surprised to see all the messages from newcomers to the area! In fact this thread worked so well, I have made 3 lovely friends from it already!

Having said that I am always up for finding new playmates for my (nearly) two year old boy and having a good natter so if anyone wants to pm me we can arrange a playdate? X

Lucycassels Mon 01-Jul-13 09:10:05

Hi! Great to read this. I moved to the area a week ago and have a 2 yr old and a 3 month old. I would love to meet some mums in the local area? Lucy

cheekygrinjen Fri 21-Jun-13 22:26:07

Hi local mums,
This thread is lovely to read, i am hoping to move to the area soon.
When you mentioned preschools already being full, which schools were you meaning?
Which schools would you recommend?

Nchunt01 Fri 21-Jun-13 12:21:14

Hello, just seen this thread as just moved to the area in April. I seem to be struggling to meet local mums in my area. I have two boys who are 3 and 1 and would love some play buddies. We are in the Camelsdale area.

Thanks, Nicola

kingstoncherry Thu 23-May-13 21:45:51

should have read brew! blush

kingstoncherry Thu 23-May-13 21:45:11

Ladies, sounds like you love living in Haselmere!

Would any of you consider being a Local Ambassador for your area and arranging some Mumsnet Local meet-ups? Could be [tea] or wine based?

Take a look at this link:

http://local.mumsnet.com/surrey/meet-ups

Feel free to contact me via kingston@mumsnetlocal.com for more info.

Cherry, Local Editor

Mumtothenipper Wed 22-May-13 08:05:38

Hi, I just stumbled across this thread. We have lived in Haslemere for 3 years and have a 4 MO DD. i love Haslemere and am really happy here. I have met lots of lovely mummies at the local baby/toddler groups we've started going to. St Christopher's Church 10am Monday and St Stephen's Church 1pm on Tuesday. There is a very popular group at 3 Counties church in Hammer on Thursday mornings. Don't think they are on next week because of half term. There are loads of groups happening, something every day of you go to the surrounding villages. There is a Haslemere NCT group on FB (you don't have to be a NCT member) that posts lots of links to what is going on. The HV team who run the weigh clinics are great at passing on details of groups. All the local coffee shops are very baby friendly we've found. We'd be happy to meet up for coffee if you want to PM me. Hope the move goes well. :-)

HaslemereBornAndBred Tue 21-May-13 23:52:32

Always up for coffee, cake, a natter and introducing people to the delights of Haslemere! The only thing I don't have is a very small person! My youngest is almost 10.

Mummystoodz Tue 21-May-13 20:25:57

Hi ladies

I am moving to Hammer / Haslemere in 2 weeks with my little girl 7 months old. I do not know anyone and am very nervous as I've only ever lived in one place and I'm leaving everything I know! Eekkkkk anyone with LO around a similar age up for coffee cake and a natter.

:-)

MovingSept Tue 30-Apr-13 13:04:00

Hi, I have just found this thread after doing a google search on things to do with toddlers in haslemere. We are moving to the area later in the summer (aug/sept hopefully) with my 2 year old daughter and my bump which is arriving in July. I am keen to also meet local mums in the area once we are there. slighhtlypotty, we are moving from Hampton hill so similar move to you!

SlightlyPotty Thu 04-Apr-13 15:27:37

So glad to see there's lots to do with LOs in Haslemere. We are moving from Twickenham to the Petworth Road at the end of May and I've just started researching things to do with my DS who is 18months. Would love to meet local mums up for tea and play dates once we've moved in!

avidbookworm Sun 17-Mar-13 23:41:52

Hi , local(ish) Mums. Hooray!

I have an older daughter (also 9) but am always up for tea and cake.

HaslemereBornAndBred Mon 11-Mar-13 23:33:11

Chippychops - hope your move went well.

HaslemereBornAndBred Mon 11-Mar-13 23:32:20

My children are a bit older (youngest is 9) but would love to meet for coffee too if anyone fancies it?

charla79 Mon 04-Mar-13 13:40:46

Ah, just found this thread after posting on the bench one! I also moved to Haslemere last year and would love to meet up for coffee with other mums. My son is 2.8 years and in nursery 3 mornings a week, and my daughter is 8 weeks old. Suffering from lack of sleep so the more coffee the better!

chippychops Fri 08-Feb-13 11:28:36

Ooh what a nice surprise to log in and get all these messages. Thank you! thank you! I feel very positive about the move... although not knowing a soul down there is always a bit scary. Coffee would be nice, please keep me in the loop ; ) Although won't be moving there till 10th March...

HaslemereBornAndBred Wed 06-Feb-13 22:55:41

Haslemere is lovely - I've lived here forever! Let me know if you need anything.

Laulou10 Wed 06-Feb-13 22:43:31

Great! Think I have pm'd you...! confused

Gypsy12 Wed 06-Feb-13 20:04:19

Definitely up for coffee. smile If you PM me your number we can find a good date.

Laulou10 Tue 05-Feb-13 14:40:56

Hi Gypsy12, I've just posted a message on the friends bench as I moved to Haslemere 4 months ago and even though I've met a couple of lovely mums, I'd love to meet some more! My DS is nearly 19 mo. It's actually good to hear you love it here, it's taking me a little bit longer for the love to grow, but I'm getting there!

Chippychops, I'll be happy to meet up with you when you arrive in March! :-)

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