What Is a Playgroup for Children?

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A playgroup for children is a regular, informal meeting where mums, dads, caregivers and children and babies get together in a relaxed environment. Playgroups can be held anywhere that is safe for children and where groups of people can meet - community and neighbourhood centres, health clinics, women's centres, preschools and kindergartens, church halls and even in someone's house.
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Playgroups are informal groups which are composed of mostly pre-schoolers; they often operate for a few hours a day during the term. They are registered childcare facilities and will often be run by qualified personnel such as nursery nurses with parents volunteering.
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