New music session starts for toddlers in Copnor

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A MUSIC group for toddlers is starting extra classes at a community centre in Portsmouth.

St Cuthbert’s Centre in Copnor is welcoming more sessions from the award-winning group Jiggy Wrigglers.

During the classes, children have the chance to sing along to music with instruments while interacting with other youngsters.

The extra sessions will be held at the centre, on Lichfield Road, on Fridays. The first is tomorrow at 10.15am.

They will become a weekly one-hour activity providing fun, sociable and friendly classes for babies, toddlers and pre-school children.

There is no need to book for the class, which is £4 per family with free refreshments.

Sessions are also held every Wednesday at 10.15am at the centre.

For more information, contact Jo Bourner on 07795 382027. Alternatively, you can email her at