Babies & Toddlers

Stony Stratford and Fullers Slade offer a range of groups for parents and their young ones for support and friendship. There are a number of local baby, toddler and pre school groups in Stony Stratford and the local area which are listed here.

Little Cherubs

Little Cherubs meets Monday mornings (9.30-11.30 am) at York House, London Road, Stony Stratford MK11 1JQ.

The group is run for parents by parents with all volunteers giving their time freely. All pre-school age children including babies are welcome with their parents and carers. Each session costs £3 per family which covers activities and refreshments. No need to book just turn up.

For further details please see:

Little Fishes

Little Fishes is a baby and toddler group which offers toys, crafts and refreshments. All welcome. The group is for children aged 0-3 years.

It is held at Tuesdays from 09.30-11.30am in term time only at Stony Stratford Methodist Church, Silver Street, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes, MK11 1JS. Contact:

Cost: £1.50.Times and prices are subject to change. Please contact venue before setting out.

Musical Minis

Are you looking for a fun music group for your baby and/or toddler, which offers stimulation but also supports the EYFS framework used by nurseries and preschools? Then why not book a trial for our sessions running term time only at York House Centre, London Road, Stony Stratford.

Musical Minis offers 45 minutes of musical stimulation, movement, instrument time, storytime and much more for babies and toddlers.We work on all of the key areas of a child's development from birth - 4 years including speech, listening skills and concentration, social and interpersonal skills development, co-ordination, development of fine motor skills and much more...Give your child a headstart!

To trial class, pm your email address, child's name and date of birth or send an email to

The Rowans Children's Centre

13A Moorfoot, Fullers Slade, Milton Keynes MK11 2BD

The Rowans Children's Centre aims to work with parents-to-be, parents and young children to promote the physical, intellectual and social development of babies and young children, particularly those who are disadvantaged, so that they flourish at home and when they get to school.

For further details on the baby and toddler classes currently being offered please go to: