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Award Finalists at National Club Hub Event

Tessa Robinson And Rosie Gordon-Smith

Tessa and her team at Club Hub put together a fantastic event last Saturday in London.  It was a great opportunity for children's activity providers to come together to network, share ideas and learn about the latest tools to help grow their businesses through marketing.  The speakers were very inspirational and informative, in particular Junior Ogunymei (Tessa's mentor), whose style was very engaging and thought-provoking.  

Tessa had included fun elements for everyone to enjoy, from the 'Cash Grabber' which proved very popular with my team who narrowly missed out on the £350 Marketing audit prize!  The Social Pod was also a great idea for capturing group photos and sharing them straightaway on social media.        

The Balls Brothers venue was perfectly located in central London and provided lots of space for networking opportunities.  It's always great to have the opportunity to meet other like-minded people in the same industry who have similar business needs and challenges to yourself.  The event concluded with the Club Hub Business Awards which are a fantastic way to recognise achievement. We were very proud to have our Rhythm Time franchisee in Hampton recognised as a Finalist in the Club Hub Awards.  Well done to all the winners and finalists, it was a great celebration.

Posted: 16th May 2019 | Read the full article…

Rhythm Time Music Franchise Group joins celebrities as part of a national fundraising campaign for autism

Rhythm Time, the award-winning children's music franchise group, has once again teamed up with the Children’s Activities Association (CAA) to help raise funds and awareness for Caudwell Children and the CAA through ‘Children’s Activities Week’.  Children’s Activities Week, Monday 13th – Friday 17th May 2019 is an exciting national event to celebrate the hundreds of thousands of activities, clubs and classes benefiting millions of parents and children every day across the UK.  


With the theme for the week being FLYING #WatchMeFly and FUN, Rhythm Time children (and many grown-ups!) will be dressing up to attend their local class during Children’s Activities Week.  Look out across social media and on the streets of Britain during this week for a wealth of bees, pilots, butterflies, rockets, ladybirds, superheroes, fairies and more, all in celebration of the week and all the exciting activities taking place.

Posted: 8th May 2019 | Read the full article…