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Krafty kids get their own after school club in South Woodford

09:40 04 January 2013

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Stephanie O'Leary has launched an after school club in South Woodford through Community Healthcare Innovations

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An after school club is being launched in South Woodford.

Community Healthcare Innovations will run a weekly Krafty Kidz group at its base in Station Estate, Eastwood Close.

The organisation, headed by Stephanie O’Leary who has 30 years experience as a nurse and who received an award from the Queen’s Nursing Institute for her services to the community, will hold the club from January 17.

Between 4pm and 5pm, children of primary school age will be able to enjoy arts and craft activities.

The weekly cost is £5 including drink and a healthy snack.

Call Stephanie or Sandra Wood on 020 8989 0988 or email office@healthinnovate.co.uk for details.

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