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News: Half the wheels, twice the fun for Rhythm Time franchisee, Vicky Taramasco who cycled from London to Paris in 4 days

Vicky Taramasco

Vicky who runs Rhythm Time’s highly successful classes in South Birmingham and Worcestershire for the under 5s recently completed an amazing achievement in aid of Birmingham Children's hospital.  Vicky and fellow cycle enthusiasts cycled 283 miles in a ride that took them from the streets of London to the Eiffel Tower in Paris!


Vicky who previously worked as a nurse on the oncology department at Birmingham Children's Hospital has continued to develop a strong association with the Hospital by running Rhythm Time music sessions in some of the wards, and enabling young patients to enjoy the musical activities. The Rhythm Time sessions are structured so that they can adapt to suit the needs of every child.  Vicky and her dedicated team of teachers at Rhythm Time are very active in the local community and when the cycling opportunity presented itself, Vicky was very keen to support the worthwhile cause.


“I would like to thank everyone for your amazing encouragement and lovely supportive messages.  I’m delighted to announce that I’ve raised £5000 to support our bike ride in aid of Birmingham Children's Hospital and in particular for the continuing care team and Ocean ward, a unit that supports some fantastic children and families who have complex needs.  Arriving in Paris four days after having left London was an amazing feeling,” says Vicky.


Rhythm Time is passionate about supporting children, families and senior members of local communities and is making a clear difference in this field.  To find out more details about the work that we do, please visit our website


Any parents wishing to book a Rhythm Time music class for their baby, toddler or preschooler should visit to find their nearest class.


For further information on Rhythm Time music franchise opportunities, visit or call 0121 711 4224.

Posted: 17th Sep 2018

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