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NHS Nightingale Needs You!

NHS Nightingale would like to fill it’s new wards with bright & beautiful drawings and paintings by children. They need to be A4 so they can be laminated and kept clean and germ free.

UPDATE:

Once completed, people are asked to share them online using #rainbowsfornightingale

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Bear Hunt

If you go down to the woods today you’ll be in for a big surprise…..

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Parents of Parwich (Alsop-en-le-Dale, Ballidon and Pikehall) we hope your first week of home schooling is going well! We thought we’d try to lend a hand by setting your children a few challenges. First up a painting or drawing challenge, the title this week “My House”.

Can you paint or draw a better picture than me?

BAC917C9-1506-476D-AFC4-A9217918201FPaint or draw a picture of your house and ask a parent  to email us a photograph of it. Your pictures will be featured in a special gallery here on the blog for all the village to see. The best picture will win an Easter egg and stand a chance of being on the cover of this years Parwich Wakes program! Be sure to send in your picture before Thursday 2nd April and look out for another challenge!

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We’ve just received the following message from Saskia: I have a partly dis-assembled cardboard toy castle. Hobbycraft, 91x91x81 cm. Already skilfully (?!) coloured in by my grandkids, but has a bit of play-life left in it for bored little ones (4-5 yrs?). I’m happy to drop it off in/near the village.   

Saskia on 440.

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Fairies at Pump Hill?

I am reminded by Lucy M’s lovely suggestion that I have been dilatory in putting this on the blog.

This is a special invitation to the youngest members of our community.

Have you seen the fairy stools at Pump Hill Wood?  There are three little seats located in places where you can sit and look around to see if you can spot a fairy. Sometimes they dance in the sunbeams, or in a gentle rain. You can also sit here and see animals in the distance, insects, small birds and different kinds of flowers. You can also close your eyes and make a wish. This magical place is changing every day as Mother Nature has taken charge.

Note to parents . Please, for the next few months, keep children on the paths. We need to ensure that what is lurking below the loose soil can thrive as it comes through.In addition, brambles are starting to poke through. In the next week or so we will have to spray the nettles, so straying into the planted areas is not a good idea. We will as a matter of course advise everyone when this happens, through the blog and with gentle reminders at the two entrances.

Lynette C

 

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Bags 2 School Fundraiser

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End Of Term Newsletter

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