A sign to acknowledge the importance which Tottington Public Band have made to Tottington’s history was unveiled today at The Tottington Centre and Community Library. The band are one of the longest established public bands in the country. Records show they first played officially on 29th May 1835 for the Whit Walks at the Methodist Church – however they played informally in the early 1800s!
The Tottington Centre has welcomed its 1000th member to join since opening on 19th February. Bruno Mendoza Creswell who is just 2 years old is bilingual – speaking both English and Spanish. Bruno, accompanied by his mum Sophie, was presented with a book token to mark the occasion.
Loads of Activities for Children of all ages at The Tottington Centre this summer:
- Under the sea
- Dragons, Knights and Castles
- Troublesome Pirates
- Musical Fun
- Crazy Animals
Most weekdays from 2pm and Saturdays from 10.30am
Join the Summer Reading Challenge!
Lego Club – Friday’s at 2pm
Pre-school Storytime – Thursday’s 10.30am
See full programme below for details:
Starting Friday 28th September, 10am – 12 noon
For further information or to book a place contact Julie 07542 948 110
La Petite Ecole
French classes for children 5 – 11 years
Starting Saturday 15th September for 12 weeks, 9.30am – 10.30am
For further information or to book a place contact Sadi on 07891 529 577