Kids' art class comes to Carshalton

New kids’ art class ‘Messy Pups’ lets your child explore their creativity without messing up your house. Sounds good to us!


If your kids are into art and craft, or are lacking the opportunity to get creative and messy at home, then a brand new art club for kids could be for you.

Messy Pups, launching in Carshalton in September, lets kids explore their artistic side in a fun and educational way without the stress of clearing up the mess afterwards.

“I really enjoy working with children,” says Messy Pups founder and Carshalton-Mum-of-two Amanda Bailey. “I love seeing their proud faces when they have made a spaceman, a dragon or a beautiful fairy!”

Artistic opportunity
Messy Pups is Amanda’s second children’s art and craft business venture, having run a franchise of “Mucky Pups Ltd” in Kingston Upon Thames, Chessington and New Malden.

“I began running Mucky Pups after attending Mucky Pups classes with my eldest daughter,” explains Amanda. “I loved it so much that when I was offered the chance to purchase a franchise area with a friend I took it on!”

After two successful years Amanda decided to stop running the classes due to a change in her personal circumstances (she became pregnant with her second child). Three years on Amanda was unable to find anything suitable to take her youngest child to. She also noticed there was a gap in the market in Carshalton and its surrounding areas, so she decided to start again!

Stimulating and exciting
Messy Pups aims to provide a stimulating and exciting experience for children aged between 18 months and five years. Closely following the Government’s Early Years Foundation Programme, the classes are themed and provide fun activities from painting a ladybird to cardboard castles to lollipop puppets. 

“We actively encourage the children to play as big a part in the session as possible,” explains Amanda, “With an opportunity for everyone to show off their work during circle-time at the end.”

The classes give both children and adults the time to express themselves through the activities, to develop hand-eye co-ordination and to meet new friends in a fun yet educational setting.

So if you are looking for a chance for your child to have some messy educational fun with all the clearing up done, why not pop along to new local class Messy Pups

Classes begin in September at:
St Patrick's Church Hall
47 Park Hill Road
Surrey SM6 0RU

First class is on Monday 17th September 2012, 10.00-10.45am.

A free taster session is available.

Read Local Mums' reviews of Messy Pups

For more information, contact Amanda Bailey:
Tel: 07407321041

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