Yes I have been told that last year there were 2 volunteers provided to 'entertain' the children; run activites with them while the mothers did their craft stuff. They volunteers have now moved on & nothing's been done to replace them. I get the impression lots of mums feel the same why I do- it's not ok to leave a group of small children (ie under school age) to 'entertain' themselves for 2 hours while their mothers sit around the table to have a chat. I might think of a way to suggest that the children do need more formal supervision- there is one mother who attends with twins who have just turned 2 and she literally parks in the chair for 2 hours and does not move; she takes no notice of what her kids are doing (often they're left with dirty nappies).
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