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Dads’ Brunch Club

1 July 2010 No Comment

dads2Dads’ Brunch Club @ Number Seventy Two

A new club in Sudbury has just started up which offers dads a great venue to spend time with their family. Taking time out with the children can be difficult if the weather means not being able to go out to the park or, in these trying financial times, the budget won’t stretch to much else.  The club was started up by a group of men who have experienced the difficulties of being separated from their families for whatever reason, and where facilities of this type for fathers are virtually non-existent. The aim is to encourage men with kids to come along and share in friendship, and to provide an alternative to being a lone dad with children trying to find something to do.

The club is called the Dads’ Brunch Club, and offers the chance to chill out with really good coffee and eats while the children enjoy playing with some of the great stock of games and DVDs. Starting on Saturday 13th February, it will be initially open from 10am to 2pm on the second Saturday of each month. Taking place at Number Seventy Two, the new club is the latest in a whole programme of family-based events which happen at the Sudbury Family And Community Centre in North Street, and is the second Saturday dads’ project in the town following on from the successful monthly toddler group ‘Who let the dads out!?’ that meets on the 4th Saturday of the month.

Organiser Tim Ayrton commented:   “We are really pleased to be offering this new club for dads at Number Seventy Two. It is our vision to offer easily accessible support and friendship to all, and this new club is a key part of supporting dads and their families in Sudbury.  We are encouraged by the support of Churches Together in Sudbury, and we would like all dads to know that they will sure of a very warm welcome.”

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