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Playtime is a ministry of Our Lady Of Fatima Peakhurst Parish aimed at pre-school children and their care-givers (mums, dads, grandparents).

Playtime is held on Wednesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 10am and 12 noon. Playtime follows the school terms.

Playtime is a fun morning out where the children enjoy the benefit of being able to use and learn to share the many toys, bikes and equipment, including a sandpit and cubby house. Morning tea is supplied for the children and their care-givers on a roster system.

On most days a craft or similar activity is also completed by the children. This may include painting, gluing, colouring etc. Not only is it a good social and learning experience for the developing children, but also a good opportunity for their care-givers to have a cuppa and a chat.

The cost of Playtime is $25.00 per term, as well as a $5.00 joining fee. Playtime is run by committee members and we hold four meetings per year and all our members are most welcome to attend and contribute.

We have special activities throughout the year to celebrate Easter and Christmas, as well as a Christmas dinner for the carers.

Playtime welcomes all new members, however we do have a limit to the number of families that can attend per day. To check on availability, or to find out any information regarding Playtime, please contact the Ministry Representative.

Ministry Representative:
(We are currently looking for a suitable volunteer to run this very important ministry)

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