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    The redcliffe superclinic sucks. A couple of hte gps are good but to get an appointment its a couple weeks wait, hard to do with sick kids otherwise you go in and wait for a random Dr for hours.

    Dr Ha is where I take my kids at Scarborough Rd Medical Centre. He bulk bills kids and is fantastic. In fact all the Drs there are very good. They dont bulk bill adults though.

    I have mondays free now, I might try getting my kids to the playgroup

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    Hi I am also looking at play groups in redcliffe for my 2yr old and 7 mth old. The play group website has redcliffe rascals at the Bellevue scout hall has anyone been? Is the one at the baptist church religious at all?

    Also in relation to swimming lessons I have heard that Shaplan swim school don't let you do the instructing with you kid as in the instructor takes your kid does the activity then moves onto the next kid. Have you found that? I am looking at aquatic achieves at north lakes but they are more expensive.

    Thanks in advance
    karen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delna View Post
    Hi I am also looking at play groups in redcliffe for my 2yr old and 7 mth old. The play group website has redcliffe rascals at the Bellevue scout hall has anyone been? Is the one at the baptist church religious at all?

    Also in relation to swimming lessons I have heard that Shaplan swim school don't let you do the instructing with you kid as in the instructor takes your kid does the activity then moves onto the next kid. Have you found that? I am looking at aquatic achieves at north lakes but they are more expensive.

    Thanks in advance
    karen
    I am keen to hear any experiences too with the Shapland Vs Aquatic Achievers at Northlakes. My bub is 15 months old and I think lessons would be fun but are in two minds. Does anyone take theirs to the public pools that hold lessons too? Would be keen to hear as I don't want to waste my money if you know what I mean


 

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