Hartbeeps Classes for babies and toddlers featuring: Music, Puppets, Laughter and Fun

Hartbeeps is coming to Billericay!!!!

Hartbeeps Classes for babies and toddlers featuring: Music, Puppets, Laughter and Fun

At Hartbeeps our most important customers are always at the heart of our magical, musical adventures including:

- Baby Bells - newborn - sitting
- Baby Beeps - sitting to walking
- Happy House - confidently walking to 4 years

Hartbeeps take you and your little one on a different sound journey every week… exploring real life from the safety of our beautiful sets… we set the scene, tell the story and make magic happen!

Designed by experts,
fuelled by magic,
delivered with love!


We are launching classes at Downham Village Hall on Thursday 7th June.

10am Happy House
11am Baby Beeps
12pm Baby Bells



We are holding a FREE taster session at the venue on Thursday 24th June.

You can book now here (select the class you want with TRIAL. For example 'Baby Bells Trial')

https://www.bookmyclass.co.uk/hartbeeps/?FID=123 if you want to sign up now, you can also do so on the same link just select the class, e.g. 'Baby Bells'.

For any question or to request more information please contact: http://charlene@hartbeeps.com

Magic Sprinkles,

Charlene :)



Hartbeeps Chelmsford, Billericay, Burnham & South Woodham Ferrer

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