Northants toddlers support Children In Need by visiting the Toy Hospital

Toddlers across Northants will be supporting Children in Need this year by taking their teddies and dolls to the ‘Toy Hospital’, in a series of special music and sensory sessions taking place across the county.

The sessions, run by Hartbeeps, a nationwide provider of baby and pre-school play and music classes, is holding a week of special Toy Hospital productions in support of Children in Need. Under-fives will be treating poorly toy patients including teddies who’ve bounced too much, Miss Polly’s sick dolly, and monkeys that have fallen off the bed.

Hartbeeps Northamptonshire will be donating 40% of all profits from Toy Hospital to Children In Need.

Plus, the toddlers, as well as their parents, will be doing it all in their pyjamas, a Children in Need tradition that has become synonymous with the iconic fundraising event.

 ‘Toy Hospital’ sessions will be being held during the week of 11th November; sessions are held on Wednesday mornings at Masonic Hall, Rushden, Thursdays at St Lukes Community Centre, Duston and Friday mornings at Telford Lodge in Kettering. The 45-minute classes include plenty of dramatic play with props, as well as dressing up – all to the backdrop of familiar and contemporary big fun music.

To book, and have fun whilst supporting Children in Need, contact Amy George on 07775 877093, or by email As well as collecting donations from all those who attend, Hartbeeps Northamptonshire will also be donating 40% of its profits that week to Children in Need.


Amy George

07775 877093

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