Jo Jingles classes arrive in Petts Wood, Bickley and Crystal Palace

Jo with her sons Alfie, nine, Frankie, eight, and Stanley, seven, with Jo Jingles

Jo with her sons Alfie, nine, Frankie, eight, and Stanley, seven, with Jo Jingles

First published in News News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

MUCH loved by babies and toddlers all over the country, Jo Jingles music, singing and movement classes have now arrived in Petts Wood, Bickley and Crystal Palace.

They are available in a range of sessions for babies from three months and preschool children up to five years old and parents, grandparents and carers are very welcome to attend.

Jo Jingles class leader Jo Youll says the classes help children both physically and mentally in areas including language and speech development, confidence, creativity and social skills.

The mother-of-three said: “Having lived in this area my whole life, I’m excited to be bringing Jo Jingles classes to the community and into new areas where we haven’t been before including Petts Wood, Bickley and Crystal Palace.

“In taking the classes I have seen first-hand the impact these sessions can have on a child.

“I’m proud to be able to share those experiences and techniques with other likeminded parents and to be part of their ongoing development.”

Classes start in Memorial Hall, Petts Wood Road, Petts Wood, tomorrow (April 18) at 1.30pm.

Bickley classes are at Bickley Park Cricket Club, Bickley Park Road, Bickley, on Fridays at 2pm and on Mondays at 2pm in Crystal Palace at the Living Water Satisfies Cafe, Westow Street.

Classes are also currently running in Gambados, NatWest Sports Ground, Copers Cope Road, Beckenham, and play for free and the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, Church Road, Bromley.

Go to jojingles.com/Bromley or call Jo Youll on 07919 081817 for more information.

Jo Jingles started in 1991 and there are now sessions in more than 700 centres across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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