Little ones have fun playing music instruments
MUSICAL magic was the order of the day for toddlers in Quedgeley.
Melody Makers is a music and movement session in which youngsters sing along to traditional nursery rhymes.
And they often use instruments such as drums and tambourines, while dancing along to the tunes.
It was set up by Emma Reynolds and Kathryn Witney seven years ago.
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Emma said: "When I had children I felt there was no class like this that we could take toddlers to so I decided to set this up.
"It has gone from strength to strength and we now operate classes across the county.
"They have lots of fun singing the traditional nursery rhymes that are known to everybody. At the end they have a snack."
For information on venues and times visit www. melodymakersmusic.co.uk.