Pets Corner – October/November 21

All About Bunnies by Caroline Knight

Why is a rabbit known as a bunny? Nobody is sure, but it is believed the word came from the Scottish term ‘bun’, meaning a hare’s tail. Rabbits can make excellent pets for children and adults alike. Indeed, it could be said that this is the perfect pet for many different reasons. […]

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Pets Corner – August/September 21

Pet Insurance

You could be really lucky and never have any cause to need more than routine veterinary visits for your pet. But should something happen, at best you’ll have a hefty bill and at worst be in a position where the condition or injury is so serious that you can’t afford to pay and risk losing your pet. […]

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Parenting Article – August/September 21

Camping With Kids by Kate Duggan

Top tips to making sleeping under the stars a whole lot more enjoyable…

Fly the flag

If, like me, you have the navigation skills of Nemo’s best friend Dory, you may find yourself getting lost occasionally. A telescopic flagpole and windsock is a useful marker, particularly if you’re planning to give the kids a bit more freedom. […]

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Drama Tots Classes – August/September 21

Drama Tots Announces Brand New Starting School Classes

Multi award winning children’s activity Drama Tots is thrilled to announce a brand-new STARTING SCHOOLS class, suitable for all children starting school in September. This 1-hour session is FUN and INTERACTIVE and will support both children and carers as you prepare for school life. […]

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Pets Corner – June/July 21

Feeling The Heat

As much as humans and animals alike love some sun, your dog needs a little bit of extra care at this time of year. […]

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Pets Corner – April/May 21

Even Cats Get Lonely

Many people buy or adopt a cat as company but forget that it works both ways. If you’d miss your cat if they weren’t there, remember they’ll miss you too. However, unlike dogs you don’t usually take a cat with you, so prepare well in advance for times when you are away from home. […]

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Drama Tots Article – April/May 21

Award Winning Local Children’s Activity Plans Re-Opening!

Multi award winning children’s activity Drama Tots is thrilled to announce a return to face-to-face classes from April 2021 onwards. Despite the current crisis, Drama Tots was recently named the “Most Loved Performing Arts Activity 2020” by the prestigious national WhatsOn4Kids Awards. […]

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Pets Corner – February/March 21

Pet Vaccines

Dogs and cats are just as prone as humans to picking up viruses, albeit different ones to us! This means that vaccinations and boosters are essential part of caring for your pet. […]

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Pets Corner – December 20/January 21

Dear Santa Paws,

I’ve been a good boy this year, apart from the cowpat incident. I’ve been vigilant about chasing squirrels (it’s good exercise for them you know) and it’s months since I last dug a hole in my Dad’s prize lawn.

Last year’s bag of dog biscuits was nice, although the ‘breath control’ labelling didn’t go unnoticed. This year I think it would help you if I give you some ideas. […]

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Parenting Article – December 20/January 21

Christmas On A Budget by Kate Duggan

Free and low-cost ideas to make Christmas magical

Try a digital advent calendar (£3.70)

The Jacquie Lawson advent calendar is a firm favourite in our house, (I love it as much as the kids). A new game, story or creative activity is released each day throughout December. The calendar is centred around a Christmassy scene, and many of the activities then become part of that scene. So your child might decorate the tree, dress up the snowman or create a wreath to hang on a shop door, for example. See www.jacquielawson.com/advent. […]

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