For the kids
Dance classes for all ages, including children can be found on our <Health page>
Bear Pre School
BlueBear Pre School Freckleton Ltd
Strike lane Freckleton
Contact: Mrs Anne Chauhan
Tel: 0795 226 8667
Blue Bear is independently owned and offers a safe and caring environment where children can learn and develop through play.
Every child is supported by a key worker and parents are regularly kept up‑to‑date about their child's progress. They follow the EYFS framework and the Every Child Matters agenda. Blue Bear also provides a broad range of fun and challenging activities both indoors and outdoors.
Blue Bear Pre-School provide full day care for children from 2 to 5 years of age. The Pre-School is registered with Ofsted and offers the highest quality of care and early years education. They are located within Strike Lane Primary School Freckleton in a countryside setting.
They provide an environment where children feel safe, happy and cared for. This enables children to develop and learn at their own pace, supported by experienced and fully qualified staff who understand the importance of allowing children to be children.
Girls from the age of 7
can join the Brownies and stay up until their 11th birthday but
can if they wish join the Guides once they are 10 years old. The
Brownies are the next stage following on from Rainbows although
it is not necessary to have been in the Rainbows before becoming
The meetings are fun with games, crafts, learning different skills,
meeting new people and making new friends all part of being a Brownie.
There are organised trips throughout the year with one of the most
popular being the Pantomime and the other is the Brownie Splash,
a trip to The Sandcastle at Blackpool involving lots of waves and
The Brownies are linked with the Church of England and attend special
services throughout the year at the Holy Trinity Church in Freckleton.
This does not affect in any way the membership of Brownies from
other religious denominations.
The girls can also work towards gaining a wide range of badges
which gives them a great sense of achievement and purpose. The Brownie
Motto is "Lend a hand" and this is remembered in all aspects
of the girls work.
|The Brownie Hut
Tel: 01772 634088
Cost per meeting: £2.00
||Tuesday 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Contact: Lesley Binns on 01772 493144 or Mandy Plummer on 01772 679551
Caroline's Twinkle Stars
8 Clover Drive
Phone: 01772 466837
Mobile: 07515 462624
Warm, Safe, Supportive learning environment offered to children aged from 0 - 12 years old. Wide range of indoor and outdoor learning materials to fully support children's development in a quiet area of the village.
NNEB qualified Nursery Nurse with 14 years experience in childcare, Paediatric first aid and Safeguarding certificates obtained this year. Twinkle Stars is Ofsted registered and follows the EYFS standard of education supporting early years learning.
Fully flexible service available, long or short term contracts, impromptu care and holidays also on offer.
Please call to arrange a visit or to discuss your specific childcare needs.
Holy Trinity Sunday
|Freckleton C of E School
Tel: 01772 493036
Mrs Pym and Mrs Finch
Contact: Mrs Pym
The Sunday School, which is attached to the Church
of England, is held at Freckleton C of E school every Sunday during
school term time. When the school is closed it is held in the Holy
Trinity Church on Lytham Road, Freckleton as part of the normal
church service. Children of three years of age and over are welcome
The service usually consists of singing, interactive worship, prayer,
story telling, drawing, colouring and craft work which includes
items for specific events such as Mother's Day, Easter, Christmas
One of the important events of the Sunday School year is the annual
Freckleton Club Day Parade held every June. All children, young
and old can participate in this enjoyable tradition. The older children,
known as the Youth of Sunday School, have a special part in this
event. The Rose Queen, who represents our parish church, is chosen
from the group.
Each year we have a Christmas presentation and all the children
are invited to be involved.
We are one of the largest Sunday Schools on the Fylde, if not the
Sunday 10.30am - 11.30am
The Sunday School welcomes all children. The Sunday school mission
statement is as follows:
1. We nurture the growth of the Christian faith, in the children
through teaching from the scripture.
2. We introduce the children into the traditions of the church.
3. We look after the well being of all those entrusted into our
|The Holy Family Church Hall
1 Lvtham Road
Tel: 01772 635746
The Freckleton After School Club provides after school
care and caters for children from three schools in the area. The
children from Freckleton C of E Primary School and Strike Lane school
are collected in cars by staff members. The children from Holy Family
Warton are walked from their school accompanied by staff members.
Cost per session: £5.00 for the first child and £4.50
||Monday - Thursday
||3.30pm - 5.30pm
|Preston Old Road
Freckleton Library provide a number of reading clubs
and groups. For more details see the Freckleton Library page <Click
Freckleton Pre School
Freckleton C ofE School
Debbie Fellows - 07854652132
Freckleton Preschool has provided early years care in Freckleton for over 30 years and caters for children aged from 2-4years. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and each child's key worker plans to help individuals learning and development within the setting. All children who are aged 3 are able to claim 15 hours, per week, free care, starting the term after they turn 3. Some 2 year olds are also able to claim this depending on their parents circumstances.
9.00-11.30. £8.00 morning session
11.30-12.45. £3.00 lunchtime session
12.45-3.15. £8.00. Afternoon session
|The Guide Hut
Contact: Bridget Davison 01772 671740
|Girls from the age of 10 are eligible to join the Guides.
This is the next stage following on from the Brownies although it
is not necessary to have been in the Brownies to become a Guide. The
meetings are fun, they learn new skills, make new friends and help
each other. They work in groups known as Patrols and are actively
encouraged to plan their own activities to give them more independence
and to share in decisions that affect themselves and others in their
group. The Guide leader does offer support and guidance concerning
this but the onus is on the girls making the decision themselves.
There are a wide variety of badges to work towards which they can
do so at their own pace, giving them a great sense of achievement
and purpose. Trips and events are planned through out the year, some
even as far afield as London! Occassionally the Guides attend special
Church services at the Holy Trinity Church in Freckleton but this
in no way affects the membership of Guides from other religious denominations.
The Guide Motto is "Be Prepared" and this is most useful
in all aspects of a guides life.
||Wednesday 6.30pm - 8.30pm
||£1.50 per meeting
OFSTED Registered Childminder Emma Smith
9 Clover Drive
Tel: 01772 631829
Vacancies available now.
Flexible childcare offered, full or part time, school hols, ad hoc days and emergency care offered. Have your children cared for and educated in a home from home environment adapted to suit their individual needs.
Ba Hons in Early care and education, Early Years professional staus.
Sessions to fit all years. Free places available to 3/4 years.
Please call for a no obligation chat or visit.
Prices on enquiry
Contact: Pippa Barratt
Pre-School Music is a local service provided by Pippa Barratt, who is a trained musician from the Royal Academy of Music in London.
She is an experienced music teacher who pioneered Pre-School Music Groups in the Fylde and has successfully run these for the last 25 years. These have now been developed over the last 10 years, from independent groups attended by parents and children to taking the classes into nurseries ranging from as far afield as Mellor in East Lancs, to Blackpool.
Children, from eighteen months up to school age, are welcome in the half hour classes and have great fun using rhythm sticks, percussion instruments, learning rhymes and songs, and basic music theory such as pitch and rhythm.
This work is based upon the Key Stage 1 Music requirements, whilst at the same time helping to develop speech, concentration and memory retention.
Each class costs £3.50 and for further information Pippa can be contacted on 077025 42620.
Pippa is also a fully qualified Piano teacher (GRSM, ARCM, DipEd), having taught pupils of all ages and ability for over 30 years. For piano lessons Pippa can be contacted as above. (077025 42620)
Orchard Children's Centre
|The Rainbow Hut
Contact: Rachel Spacey
|Girls from age five can join the Rainbows and stay up
until the age of seven when they can go onto the next stage and become
a Brownie member. The meetings are fun with playing games, painting,
drawing, craft work, plus lots more activities both indoors and outdoors,
all part of their time together. The girls meet new people and make
friends and learn to be kind and helpful to each other. The Rainbows
are linked with the Church of England and attend special services
throughout the year, such as Harvest Festival, Mother's Day etc, at
the Holy Trinity Church in Freckleton. This does not affect in any
way the membership of Rainbows from other religious denominations.
The Rainbow promise is "I will do my best to love my God and
to be kind and helpful".
||Thursday 6.00pm - 7.00pm
For more information please contact the Group Scout Leader (Ross Macdonald or apply at the Scout Hut, Freckleton Memorial Park.
2nd Freckleton Scout Group
Every year Scouting helps 450,000 young people in the UK enjoy new adventures; experience the outdoors; interact with others, gain confidence and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Come join the Scouting Adventure at 2nd Freck! Your Adventure Starts here! We cater for Boys and Girls aged 6 thru to 18.
Not young enough to join? Why not volunteer? Working alongside our youth members are adult volunteers, with a huge variety of roles and opportunities available. Please don't hesitate to contact us. See scouts.org.uk/what-we-do/volunteer-training/ for more information.
|Beavers (age 6-8) Tuesday 6.30pm - 7.45pm
Cubs (age 8-10) Monday 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Scouts (age 10-14) Monday 8.00pm - 9.30pm
Explorers (age 14-18) Thursday 7:30pm – 9:30pm (based in Warton)
|The Methodist Chapel
Contact: Karen 01772 634446
Open to all Parents, childminders, Grandparents and carers. Children
welcome from newborn to 4 years old.
We enable the parents to relax in a friendly and safe environment
with a brew and a biscuit whilst their child can play with all our
toys or engage in an arts and crafts activity.
|Meeting Time:Tuesday & Thursday 10:00am
Lane Breakfast and After School Clubs
Tel: 01772 632724
Fax: 01772 632724
The Breakfast Club opens at 7.40a.m. and closes at
8.50a.m., when school provides supervision for children on the playgrounds.
Breakfast Club costs £2.70 per session and includes a healthy
The After School Club starts at 3.25p.m. when school finishes, and
closes at 5.45p.m. After School Club costs £5.00 per session
and includes a healthy snack and a drink. Children attending the
After School Club can attend school clubs and then go to the After
Visits to the Care Club are welcome at any time. If you wish to
ask any further questions about the Care Club, or would like to
make an appointment to look around the Breakfast or After School
Clubs, please contact Marie Brooks on 07746281665.
||Monday - Friday
||7.40am - 8.50am
3.25pm - 5.45pm