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News: Established Franchise Opportunities announced within Leading Children's Music Franchise Group

Rhythm Time childrens music franchise group

Rhythm Time, one of the UK's leading children's music franchise groups providing quality music classes to the under-fives, has announced new and exciting franchise opportunities within its UK network.

Established since 1995, Rhythm Time is continuing to expand its network of franchises across the country. In addition to brand new start-up franchise opportunities, there are also a small number of Rhythm Time franchises that have now come available with an established base of customers and children already in their classes.

These established franchise opportunities are quite rare in our organisation," says Kathy Doolan, owner and founder of Rhythm Time. "These franchisees have each made a fantastic contribution to the success of Rhythm Time and we are very sad to see them leave. However it has meant the creation of some exciting business opportunities for talented individuals who are passionate about music and the effects it has on the development of young children," she adds.

Established franchise opportunities exist in the Salisbury, Solihull, Isle of Wight and Sutton Coldfield areas and interested individuals should contact Kathy on 0121 711 4224 as soon as possible for further information.

Rhythm Time was established by Kathy, who is a firm believer in the power and importance of music for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. Graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, Kathy created a set of unique music courses especially written for the different age groups. These consist of: multi-sensory music classes for babies, exciting music classes for toddlers and educational music classes for pre-schoolers.

Rhythm Time is a family-owned business and continues to grow from strength to strength. More information on its music franchise opportunities can be obtained by contacting Kathy on 0121 711 4224 or visiting

Posted: 10th Jan 2013

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