St Luke's Church: Redcliffe Gardens, London SW10 9HF
Enter the Church's outdoor area by the black metal gate on Redcliffe Gardens. Walk past the staircase that leads to the crypt and enter the church by the wooden door. Once inside the church, turn right and walk towards the end of that right hand side, and you'll see our colourful mats on the floor!.
Drink Me Eat Me: 250-252 King Street, London W6 0SP
When we first came to this tea room to see their space we immediately fell in love with it! The space is very beautiful and very warm with its wooden floor and lovely walls. The staff is also super nice and the food...oh my! Come with plenty of time to give yourself a treat before/after the class!
Rivercourt Methodist Church: King Street, London W6 9JT
The entrance is at the right rear of the church. You will have to ring the ground floor buzzer on the first door after the school sign and our teachers will let you in. Then go upstairs taking either the staircase or the lift, and you'll find the room.
St Mary’s Church: Wilson room at The Crypt, Upper St, London N1 2TX
The room where we deliver our sessions at is called Wilson Room and it’s located at the Crypt of the church (main building). Enter the Crypt by a door on the left hand side of the church (press “Reception” or “Wilson Room” on the entryphone to gain access). Come downstairs (you can use the lift that is just in front of the door), walk all the way through the hall and take a right at the end. Then you’ll find the Wilson room. You can park your buggy just before turning right or at the corridor outside the room (there is space designated to this purpose).
Huggle: 8-10 Winchester Road, London NW3 3NT
If there is a shop where you can find anything for your baby, from a bib to a cot, this is Huggle! You can even have a snack or drink at the bar, so come with plenty of time to enjoy your visit! We run our classes at the amazing shoe-free room they have at the back of the shop. Park your buggy inside the shop at the buggy parking area they have on the left hand side, and come to the room with a glass door.