Dads celebrated at Holloway children’s centre

20:43 03 July 2012

Pictured from right: Riarna Richardson, 3, who made a t-shirt for her dad Gideon Natiko, holding Nevaeh Richardson 10 months. Pictures by Dieter Perry.

Pictured from right: Riarna Richardson, 3, who made a t-shirt for her dad Gideon Natiko, holding Nevaeh Richardson 10 months. Pictures by Dieter Perry.

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A children’s centre group for dads celebrated Father’s Day in style.

Children who attend the Father’s Group Stay and Play made cards and special t-shirts to celebrate their dads.

The group meets at the Hornsey Road Children’s Centre in Holloway, every Saturday and aims to get men involved with their children outside the home.

Activites include sing-a-longs, soft play areas and arts and crafts, with breakfast also being provided.

The sessions are open to under fives, and everyone including dads, uncles, granddads or male carers are welcome.

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