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News: Rhythm Time Wears Wrong Trousers for Charity

Oxfordshire Franchise Owner Wearing Wrong Trousers Pictured With Rat-a-tat Oxfordshire Franchise Owner Wearing Wrong Trousers Pictured With Rat-a-tat
Oxfordshire Franchise Owner Wearing Wrong Trousers Pictured With Rat-a-tat

Rhythm Time music classes for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers up and down the country supported this year’s Wrong Trousers Day to raise money for the Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Foundation.

Children and teachers alike took part by wearing bright, bold and colourful trousers in their normal Rhythm Time classes. The Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Foundation supports a wide range of projects in children’s hospitals and hospices, including music therapy, child friendly environments, family accommodation and state of the art equipment.

Rhythm Time founder and owner, Kathy Doolan said: “It’s great to support such a worthwhile charity. The Foundation makes an amazing difference to children in hospital and we are very happy to show our support. Everyone involved had great fun dressing up – from young babies, through to toddlers and pre-school children.”

Posted: 1st Jul 2009

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