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.
Rhythm Time Children across the UK are set to take on a sponsored flying themed challenge as part of their regular music classes. Rhythm Timers will be learning a NEW flamingo fun interactive song and dance routine! The Rhythm Time staff across the UK are currently perfecting their moves!!
Trudi Beswick, Chief Executive of Caudwell Children, said: “It is truly an honour to have groups of children like these all coming together to help raise funds for the charity. We are dedicated to enabling autistic children to reach their full potential and Children’s Activities Week is playing a big part in us achieving our aim. Together, we are changing lives.”
Also supporting the campaign are TV stars, Dick and Dom, who will be joining in the fun at the showcase event and said: “We can’t wait to join in with lots of the amazing kids’ clubs and classes. We are honoured to be a part of such a wonderful celebration and a worthwhile cause. We encourage as many kids, parents and children’s activities leaders as possible to get involved too.”
Rhythm Time has over 12,000 children participating across the UK and are delighted to be helping to raise vital funds for Caudwell Children. Caudwell are committed to giving disabled children a brighter future by providing the life changing practical and emotional support they need to lead an active and independent life. Their new autism service has now launched and is committed to improving the lives of children with autism through timely diagnosis, family intervention, support and research.
Anyone wishing to join in the fun should visit www.rhythmtime.net/pr to find their nearest class.
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Posted: 8th May 2019