Over the last year Nurture Network has welcomed over 150 businesses to our Nurture Network event – who all found networking to be child’s play! Through this process we selected business partners to create a playgroup with a difference. Our six week playgroup held during the Autumn of 2017 aimed to support and guide parents to achieve there ultimate work life balance. This was done through a range of fun play activities, including; Art & Crafts, Messy Play, Soft Play and Imaginative Play.
In association with local businesses, giving guests the perfect opportunity to Network while the kids play! The Nurture Natter events will be returning in 2018.
See below for the local businesses that helped make Nurture Natter such a success in 2017!
Clara Wilcox ‘The Balance Collective’ Business Coaching
Charlotte Shutt ‘Brand Remarkable’ Digital Marketing Mentor
Looking to network and access support? Join us for our 6-week Nurture Natter playgroup in 2018 – A playgroup for both parents & kids 0-4 yrs. Our six week playgroup aims to support and guide parents to achieve there ultimate work life balance whether that be returing to work, change of career or becoming a stay at home parent. This will be done through a range of fun play activities for parents & kids, including; Art & Crafts, Messy Play, Soft Play and Imaginative Play. All in association with local businesses, giving you the perfect opportunity to Network while entertaining the kids!
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• What personal skills & knowledge they have and how these can be used to create a healthy work/life balance.
Our 6-week playgroup is a great way to network and develop your personal skills and knowledge. While incorporating play activities which are guaranteed to entertain both you and the kids! Who should attend? This playgroup has been created to connect parents, support local businesses and develop parents & kids skills through a range of play activities!
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