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Summer Fayre and Scarecrow Hunt - Saturday 4th July 2015

The Scarecrow Hunt and Summer Fayre take place this year on Saturday 4th July.

The theme for this year’s Scarecrow Hunt is Children’s Books. The hunt starts at 1pm from the school playground and should take 60-90 minutes to complete, with a great prize for the person or family that correctly identifies the most scarecrows. 141 more words

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Crosspool Festival update: get involved!

The dates for the 2015 Crosspool Festival are Friday 26 June to Sunday 5 July.

Here’s the latest from the Crosspool Festival Committee:

We hope to repeat many of the well-loved elements of festivals from previous years, plus a few new things! 234 more words

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Every resident deserves events tailored to their tastes

Organising activities for residents of a care home can often be a soul destroying job.

You arrange various events but only a handful ever seem to want to participate. 366 more words

Band doodles

In the evening they had some more live music at the Portsmouth Summer fayre and as the lady who was helping left a bag of pens behind (which have now been handed to someone to return to her) and I managed to find some scrap paper I decided to do a few doodles. 19 more words

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St. Nicholas summer fayre's next Saturday

SIZZLING SUMMER FAYRE AT SHELTERED HOUSING COMPLEX

Port of Leith Housing Association’s (PoLHA) St Nicholas Court sheltered housing complex is hosting its annual summer fayre next Saturday (2 August). 159 more words

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Meath School Summer Fayre

I CAN – a charity located in central London, and who is the parent organization of Meath School, asked me to do some journalistic photography for a press release they want to submit to the papers. 13 more words

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Marylebone Library makes its presence known

If the people of Marylebone didn’t know about their library service (or indeed about the workings of their pelvic floor…) at the beginning of June, we hope that significantly more of them do now! 328 more words

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