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Local Children's Music Class Shortlisted for Top Award

The 2013 Mumbler Awards are part of the popular website The Harrogate Mumbler

A Harrogate baby, toddler and pre-school music group has been shortlisted as one of the very best family-focused businesses in the Harrogate district as part of the Mumbler Awards in association with Wonder Media.

Rhythm Time's children's music classes, run by local music franchise owner Lynne O'Malley, is in the running to scoop the top prize in the 'Favourite Class or Activity' category. The awards are part of Harrogate's popular parenting site, The Harrogate Mumbler.

Posted: 19th Sep 2013 | Read the full article…

Another Success for Rhythm Time as Family/Toddler and Baby Music Classes Attract High Numbers of Children to its Summer Sessions

Arabella is one of Rhythm Time's puppet mascots and teaching aids

Rhythm Time, the successful UK provider of baby music classes and educational music classes for toddlers and pre-schoolers, has announced that its summer music sessions attracted significantly high numbers of children and their parents during August 2013.

Special summer sessions were held at a number of venues throughout the UK. Despite the souring temperatures and the normally quiet holiday season, Rhythm Time's toddler/family and baby music classes were predominantly fully booked.

Posted: 11th Sep 2013 | Read the full article…

Latest Rhythm Time Music Franchisee tells all!

Rhythm Time music franchise owner in Sheffield - Sarah Scott

Sarah Scott is the latest Rhythm Time franchisee to join the successful and growing children's music franchise group that provides music classes to babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers.  As she launches her music franchise in South Sheffield and North Derbyshire this month (September 2013), Sarah reveals, in this entertaining blog, exactly how her first few weeks at Rhythm Time have gone:


"As you can imagine, I'm very excited about my new Rhythm Time franchise. A little nervous, but excited! For all existing franchisees, they will, I'm sure, totally understand. They will have woken up in the night, wondering how they would ever manage to get everything done in time, how they would persuade enough people to come to their classes, how they would ever learn all the songs, how their house would accommodate all their new instruments, footballs, mirrors, floor mats, puppets - you get the idea?

Posted: 9th Sep 2013 | Read the full article…