A NEW venue in Bognor Regis will be hosting popular pre-school sessions from next week.
Harmony Hive Community Interest Company is bringing its popular multi-sensory, pre-school music and art session to Tao, in the High Street, from Tuesday.
Mel Twinley and Inna Erskine, the directors of Harmony Hive, are excited about the new collaboration which will bring the group out of a short hibernation.
Inna, pictured above right with Mel, said: “Mel and I were both born and raised in Bognor Regis and felt passionately about wanting to keep the group in the heart of our town.
“We have been searching for a new venue since the summer and are terrifically excited to be collaborating with another local business to bring high quality, professionally delivered music and art classes to pre-schoolers in our area.”
One of the mums whose child attended the sessions has welcomed their return. Holly Smith said: “After the first session, we loved it so much, we went every week following.
“Inna and Mel are so welcoming, friendly and relaxed around children of all ages. They are also very supportive of parents, grandparents and childminders.
“We were disappointed when we heard that this group would no longer be on. There isn’t a group like it.”
Mel said November was an exciting time for Harmony Hive. As well as the multi-sensory comeback, it was also involved with the Rox/Love Bognor Regis big band ball tomorrow.
“We are one of the nominated non-profit organisations that stand to benefit from ticket sales,” she said.
“Inna, our resident musician, is leading the string section of the big band, as well as playing with her quartet at the beginning of the evening.”
Harmony Hive will stage three specially themed events at Tao on from 9.40am-11.15am on November 27 and December 4 and 11.