HEY! Fund Initiatives
Check out what other parents and carers have achieved with up to £2,500 for expectant parents and families with 0-3s in the Better Start Bradford area
Check out these amazing initiatives...
The Happy Early Years (HEY!) funding is paying for weekly baby massage sessions delivered by a baby massage specialist at the Karmand Community Centre.
An informal antenatal group mainly for first time expectant mums with language and cultural needs. The group will have a welcoming holistic environment with activities to help with the expectant mums' well-being.
A toddler and baby stay and play group based at Canterbury Nursery School with animal themed messy play, arts and crafts, story and rhyme time an dmusic and dancing,
A local mum has developed a stay and play group for 0-3s inspired by Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar story.
A group of grandparents developed raised beds and a potting shed so their grandchildren can grow their own food and watch seedlings grow from the start at the allotments.
A stay and play session at the Mayfield Centre every Wednesday morning with a mixture of indoor and outdoor play taking place in the hall in the Mayfield Centre and on Mayfield Pocket Park.
The group use dance as a vehicle to allow both children and their parents to express themselves, making them feel more physically and mentally resilient.
A toddler stay and play group based at Horton Park Primary School with hired mobile soft play equipment including wheelies, ball pool, slides and sensory toys to stimulate all the senses of babies and toddlers.
A group to support fitness and fun through football in an affordable way and to encourage more dads to access activities with their 0-3s.
You may also want to look at...
Parents, grandparents and other adult carers in the Better Start Bradford area can apply for up to £2,500 to develop ideas and initiatives for local families and their 0-3s and expectant parents.