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Dads Group

Dads Group

We recognise that community services can often appear to be geared around the needs of Mothers. Dads can feel left out. However, we feel that fathers have an equally important role to play with their children and have needs of their own - after all children don't come with “instructions!” and a parent's role can be very demanding for both Mums and Dads.


Dads Stay and Play

This is a drop in group held once a month on a Saturday just for dads and their children aged 5 years and under. Older siblings up to 11 years are welcome if accompanied by a child under 5.

There are lots of things to play with together, access to our lovely gardens, a structured activity each session plus drinks and a snack.  It is a time to play with your children and talk to other dads.  No booking needed just drop in.


Dads Stay and Play

Every 2nd Saturday of the month 10am – 12noon

Dates for 2017

14th January  11th February

11th March  8th April

13th May  10th June

8th July  12th August

9th September  14th October

11th November  9th December


Dads UK
A voluntary support group for dads offering advice, information and forums.
Click here to view the Dads UK website

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Families Need Fathers
Families Need Fathers is a registered UK charity which provides information and support to parents, including unmarried parents, of either sex. FNF is chiefly concerned with the problems of maintaining a child's relationship with both parents during and after family breakdown.
Click here to view the Families Need Fathers website

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Fathers Direct
An organisation that promotes the role of all fathers. Articles and forums.
Click here to view the Fathers Direct website

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