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News: Perfect Career for Local Musical Rhythm Time Mum

Lesley Gilchrist, Rhythm Time Franchisee for Stockport & High Peak

Rhythm Time, the award-winning children's music franchisegroup, welcomes another new Franchisee to their growing UK network of childrens music classes. Lesley Gilchrist from Cheadle Hulme will be taking over the highly successful Stockport & High Peak classes.

This is an exciting time for Lesley as the award-winning music classes for babies, toddlers & pre-schoolers are already a very popular choice for parents right across the region.

Lesley, who attended classes with her eldest daughter, has very fond memories of Rhythm Time as a first-time mum. "Like the rest of the UK, Rhythm Time Stockport has a strong repuation for delivering fun and exciting classes that help babies and young children to develop and flourish," she quotes.  "When the opportunity came along to take over the local music franchise, I couldn't resist," she adds.  

Lesley has always loved singing and music.  A graduate in Drama and Theatre Studies with Education, this new role enables her to channel her talents within a flexible, rewarding career that fits around her young family.

Rhythm Time music classes have been written by a music teacher and specifically designed to help with development and learning, starting with stimulating young baby classes and leading to exciting toddler classes and educational pre-school sessions.

"The benefits that little ones get from Rhythm Time are vast, from improved confidence and language development, to understanding emotions and the world around them," adds Lesley. "It's also a great place for parents to relax, have fun, and make new friends."

Any parents wishing to book a Rhythm Time music class for their baby or toddler should visit www.rhythmtime.net/pr to find their nearest class.

Rhythm Time music franchise opportunities are also available across other parts of the UK and more information can be found at www.rhythmtime.net/prf

 
 

Posted: 28th Mar 2017

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