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In July Playgroup NSW celebrated its 45th anniversary. That’s more than four decades of dedication to supporting families and strengthening local communities through playgroups.

To mark the occasion, we spoke with some of our members who fondly recall attending playgroup as youngsters. Now parents themselves, they’re enjoying the experience with their own children and appreciating the benefit of playgroup from a grown-up perspective.

We also hear from a dedicated grandmother who helps coordinate activities at her granddaughters’ playgroup – the same one she took their father to in the late 1980s.

If you'd like to build friendships for your child and yourself, click here to find a playgroup near you.

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    Thu 24-Aug-17

    Playgroup NSW volunteer Evelyn Ransom, who lives in Quakers Hill, started going to playgroup at six months old with her mum, Margaret. 

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    Wed 23-Aug-17

    Like her own mother, Corrina Svennetti knew that joining a playgroup would be a great way to form friendships with other mums in the area.

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    Thu 17-Aug-17

    Jane Georgopoulos is the playdough-making arts and crafts coordinator at her granddaughters’ playgroup, Metford Community, which is the same one she went to with her son Nicholas in the late 1980s.

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    Mon 14-Aug-17

    Holly Pender’s playgroup experience as a child was truly a family affair.

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    Sun 13-Aug-17

    Sisters Renee and Nicole have been actively involved with Playgroup NSW since they were young.

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