Kangaroo Sling Meet

“It’s a breath of fresh air!”
Come and spend some time outdoors in a beautiful garden of medicinal plants and abundance of nature. Children of all ages are here spending time in the big sandpit, in the rowing boat, in the willow den and in the hexagonal wooden hut.
Bring lunch & a drink in a thermos.

 

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Barracks Lane Community Garden is nestled within a residential area, a surprising wonder for those who venture to find it.
We welcome you with your baby, toddler and/or older children for imaginative play in the sunshine.

Oxford Sling Meet are collaborating with Oxford Attachment Parenting Oxford UK – Kangaroo Playgroup
and inviting all sling-wearing parents for a natter every first WEDNESDAY of the month.

 

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Kangaroo Sling Meet

Oxford Sling Meet jumps in the pouch of Kangaroo Playgroup every First Wednesday of the Month (term time only).

Kangaroo Natural Parenting Group is a weekly Wednesday event welcoming children with their mums, dads or carers to play, chat, imagine and experience nature in a safe zone. The playgroup aims to provide a place to socialise and share skills in a friendly and informal setting.


£2 per family

Bring a thermos of your favourite drink and lunch if you’ll be peckish.

 

 

Kangaroo Sling Meet

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Kangaroo Natural Parenting Group is a (weekly during term time) Wednesday event welcoming children with their mums, dads or carers to play, chat, imagine and experience nature in a safe zone. The playgroup aims to provide a place to socialise and share skills in a friendly and informal setting.

£2 per family.
For further information about Kangaroo Playgroup please contact Nam on 01865 244 293.

Kangaroo Playgroup Sling Meet

Time: 11am-1pm

Venue: Barracks Lane Community Gardens, off Cumberland Rd, East Oxford. OX4 2AP
http://www.barrackslanegarden.org.uk/index.htm
http://kangarooplaygroup.wordpress.com/

 

How to Find Barracks Lane Community Garden

The Garden is on Barracks Lane, East Oxford, and can be accessed via Cumberland Road, off Cowley Road (and not the Holloway end of Barracks Lane). Go to the end of Cumberland Road, turn left onto Barracks Lane.

The garden is situated in the corner where the Barracks Lane road meets the Barracks Lane footpath/cycle path.
There are regular bus services to the Cowley Road from Oxford City Centre and Blackbird Leys, the nearest bus stop is Howard Street.
Parking is free on the residential roads nearby.

Buses number 1, 5, 10 from Town Centre all go along Cowley Road. Get off at Cumberland Road stop. Turn left and follow the residential road to the top. Turn left again and follow the Cycle Path. When you see bollards, turn left again down a little alleyway of invitingness.

The colourful enormous gate says Welcome. Kangaroo Playgroup is on the other side of the gate, which is kept closed to ensure a safe enclosed area for children.

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This sling social /sling meet is always held on the first Wednesday of the month.

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Kangaroo Playgroup : Sling Meet on 04 February 2015

Kangaroo Natural Parenting Group is a (weekly during term time) Wednesday event welcoming children with their mums, dads or carers to play, chat, imagine and experience nature in a safe zone. The playgroup aims to provide a place to socialise and share skills in a friendly and informal setting.

£2 per family.
For further information about Kangaroo Playgroup please contact Nam on 01865 244 293.

Kangaroo Playgroup Sling Meet

Time: 11am-1pm

Venue: Barracks Lane Community Gardens, off Cumberland Rd, East Oxford. OX4 2AP
http://www.barrackslanegarden.org.uk/index.htm
http://kangarooplaygroup.wordpress.com/

 

How to Find Barracks Lane Community Garden

The Garden is on Barracks Lane, East Oxford, and can be accessed via Cumberland Road, off Cowley Road (and not the Holloway end of Barracks Lane). Go to the end of Cumberland Road, turn left onto Barracks Lane.

The garden is situated in the corner where the Barracks Lane road meets the Barracks Lane footpath/cycle path.
There are regular bus services to the Cowley Road from Oxford City Centre and Blackbird Leys, the nearest bus stop is Howard Street.
Parking is free on the residential roads nearby.

Buses number 1, 5, 10 from Town Centre all go along Cowley Road. Get off at Cumberland Road stop. Turn left and follow the residential road to the top. Turn left again and follow the Cycle Path. When you see bollards, turn left again down a little alleyway of invitingness. The colourful enormous gate says Welcome. Kangaroo Playgroup is on the other side of the gate and the Barracks Lane Community Garden space is in front of you.

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This sling social /sling meet is always held on the first Wednesday of the month.