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We are regularly humbled by the wonderful work being done to support people with cancer. We often have the pleasure of working alongside extraordinary people and amazing charities who provide comfort to those who need it.
A combination of light nights with warmer weather and little ones with plenty of energy to burn means parents are in definite need of outdoor activities to maintain everyone’s sanity levels.
Monday 1st May – No Service. Tuesday 2nd May - Royal Mail resumes normal service.
When a child suffers a broken bone, it’s usually caused by scampering around the rocks at the beach, falling from a climbing frame at the park or other such misadventures. But as an adult, our breaks usually happen in more mundane circumstances; tripping on the stairs at work, falling from a chair we stood on to reach the back of the cupboard. Hardly exciting or glamorous!
Yes it’s painful and very inconvenient but there are still plenty of ways to enjoy yourself during the school holidays, and thankfully, a break shouldn’t interfere with consuming chocolate eggs! swimming pools, play-centres and parks are pretty much off the agenda, but here are ways to fill the days before term starts again. LOCAL LIBRARY ACTIVITIES