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Hill Tots Under 5′s Group

The Hill Tot under 5′s group meets every Tuesday between 10 and 12 during term times. There are lots of  different toys to play with, arts and crafts, music and story telling. Drinks and snacks for all are provided.

Hill Tots is organised and run by a group of Upperthong parents who get together, chat and play with the kids. In true community spirit everyone takes turns at opening up the Village Hall, getting out the toys and games and providing the snacks. If you are a new mum, it’s a great way to meet other mums in the area !

A session costs £2 for one child. And £2.50 for two or more children. The first session is free.

Tuesday 10.00 am – 12.00 pm (Term times only).

Their Facebook page is www.facebook.com/hilltots and the twitter account is @Hill_Tots. They also have an e-mail address hill_tots@outlook.com.




The Brownies is an all-girl section of what goes to make up the Girl Guide movement. The Brownies follows on from The Rainbows – the youngest group for girls in the Girl Guide movement. Brownies are normally aged between seven and ten years old and join the Brownies movement when they have completed their time as a Rainbow.  However it is not necessary for a girl to join The Rainbows and she can join The Brownies at the age of seven if she so chooses.

The 1st Upperthong Brownies take part in fundraising events, play games, go walking and picnicing in the countryside and they even have their own geocache.

For any other details about the 1st Upperthong Brownies, please visit their website – www.upperthongbrownies.co.uk



There are also other groups using the hall on an occasional basis, including drama groups, rock bands, an artist and a photographer!  If you are involved in any of these and want to see your group description, contact details, times of your meetings etc on this site please drop us a line.

Similarly, if you run any other group who may find our facilities useful contact us, as there are still times of the week when the hall is unused.

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