This is a brilliant family friendly franchise opportunitiy for mums wanting to make money whilst tying in well with fmaily life  ..I’ve known AnneMarie who runs the business for a while now she is full of zest and so friendly .Over to Diddidance to tell you a bit more about themselves aand their dancing franchise opportunities,

 Are you ready to get the UK’s pre-schoolers dancing?


franchise opportunity for mums

Have you got what it takes to join our Mission –to Get Children Moving?

At diddi dance we enhance children’s endless energy and enthusiasm through funky, full of fun sessions that build confidence, co-ordination and creativity.

 Diddi dance engages and inspires children’s creativity by blending diddi dance’s exclusive pop songs with dancing games and fun exercises in high-energy 45-minute classes.

 From Salsa to Country, Bollywood to African and Hip Hop to Tap, diddi dance gets boys and girls jumping, turning, galloping, moving and shaking!

 diddi dance also offer a hugely successful private party package and take regular bookings from nurseries and schools.

 We are looking for franchisees with boundless energy and who love interacting with children to bring the diddi dance experience to boys and girls right across the UK.

 Being a diddi dance franchisee is more than just fun. Our unique franchise package gives franchisees the opportunity to build highly successful businesses.

 Your franchise package will include your exclusive territory, full training, equipment, continual advice and guidance, all lesson plans and training DVDs plus much more to set you on the road to business success.

 So if you’re ready to get the UK’s pre-schoolers dancing, then please click onto and request a Franchise Prospectus!


 Why not pop over and take a look? Running a franchise was my number 1 way of spending more time with my children when they wer little plus loads of fun! Check out Diddi Dances website -it really is a brilliant franchise opportunity for mums


Family firendly franchises abound and are perfect for SAHM (stay at home mums) It can be a popular and lucrative option among stay-at-home  parents to buy a baby-related franchise. I bought a Tiny Talk baby-signing franchise when my son was just nine months’ old. I had rung to book Frankie and myself into our local class only to find out that the classes were all full and that the franchise was soon to be sold. I am experienced at signing, a confident singer and used to training groups and so immediately thought, ‘Oh, this could be for me!’ I was interviewed and approved, then trained by the company, set up with equipment and lesson plans and then you’re off and running.

Running my own franchise was interesting and I earned a good income. There were over 100 mums (and one or two dads) out there running Tiny Talk franchises; we would chat online or at regional and national conferences, it was a real community of support. I was able to take my son along to the classes I taught and I met lots of other local mums and their babies who have remained friends. I only worked one morning a week baby signing, yet I made enough money to keep my car on the road and pay for all my son’s activities. What’s more, it integrated me into our local community and I was able to contribute financially. When I sold up due to baby number two, I made a healthy profit. Plus, I got a great maternity allowance as a result of my very part-time working (this only happens if you pay your voluntary national insurance contributions, though).

During that time, I built up new skills in running a business and these will stand me in good stead when I eventually venture back out into the workplace. Running my own baby business made me feel stimulated, proud and balanced.

There’s a whole family of baby- and children-linked franchises – Tumble Tots, Jo Jingles and Socatots, to name a few – so ponder a while, it could be perfect for your current lifestyle. I worked at my franchise for three years and I loved it.

If you want to earn money in a way that fits with being a full-time parent then buying and running a franchise could work for you. Most websites have contact details where you can express an interest in the franchise, along with FAQs.

Jo Jingles

Music classes for babies and pre-schoolers.

01494 778989

Monkey Music

Music and percussion classes for under-fi ves.

01582 766464

Musical Minis

Fun music group for babies and toddlers.

020 8868 0001


Football coaching programme for under-fi ves.

0113 244 2005


Baby signing classes.

01483 301444

Tumble Tots

Baby and toddler gymnastics.

0121 585 7003


Fun, creative yoga classes for kids aged two to seven.

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P>S I hvae not been paid by TinyTalk or approached by them to sing their praises they just are a fab company to work for.