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All Aboard the LEGO® DUPLO® Number Train

LEGO DUPLO Number Train

This October half term the LEGO® DUPLO® Number Train will be parking up at Manchester’s Arndale Centre giving families a chance to join in with train-themed building fun. To celebrate we are giving 5 lucky toddlers the chance to win a LEGO DUPLO Number Train. . . . → Read More: All Aboard the LEGO® DUPLO® Number Train

Foodies Festival is bringing the Christmas spirit to Tatton Park

Christmas Foodies Festival 2017 at Tatton Park

Foodies Festival brings the festive spirit to Tatton Park in Cheshire on 17, 18 & 19 November for the first time with a three day festive feast. Visitors could meet top chefs and MasterChef Winners, explore a brand new Gin Alley, Artisan Christmas Market, enjoy Live Music Stage, Cakes & Desserts Theatre & Festive Masterclasses to launch the start of Christmas.
. . .WIN a pair of VIP Tickets worth £76. . . . . . → Read More: Foodies Festival is bringing the Christmas spirit to Tatton Park

Half-Term Is Great Fun For Kids At The Met, Bury

The Met, Bury, Greater Manchester - logo

With October half-term in Bury just a fortnight away, parents searching for activities to entertain their children should look to The Met in Bury. The town centre venue is bringing three top quality touring family theatre shows to the town during half-term week, giving three different opportunities for children to enjoy entertaining and inventive theatre that’s designed just for them. . . . → Read More: Half-Term Is Great Fun For Kids At The Met, Bury

New £1.75M Sports Centre for Withington Girls’ School

Withington Girls School new Sports Centre - artist's 3d model, October 2017

WGS aims to further boost sports performance and participation levels through the development of a new £1.75m Sports Centre, scheduled to open next Spring. It is a significant investment for Withington and is part of an overall programme of enhancements at the School. . . . → Read More: New £1.75M Sports Centre for Withington Girls’ School

Prize and Prejudice

“How might we as parents recognise teachers’ efforts and help them to help our children…”

Life as a teacher

When I was a primary teacher, end of year gifts for members of staff were simply unknown. Today, an internet search will produce many gift lists which children (financed by the Bank of Mum and . . . → Read More: Prize and Prejudice

Meet Liberty the Lioness, AESG Junior School’s Newest Member!

New AESG junior mascot Liberty the Lioness on School Open Day

The Alderley Edge School for Girls’ Junior School held a competition open to all the girls to design a mascot which would be unique to AESG. Now the school has a new, fluffy, member of the family. . . . → Read More: Meet Liberty the Lioness, AESG Junior School’s Newest Member!

‘All together now’

Cozy Lounge decorating Ideas from Nest Interior Design

We’re increasingly asked by clients to create a space where all the family can escape the frantic pace of life for a few hours. Often referred to as ‘The Den’, this room could be for watching films, reading, listening to music, playing instruments or board games. Most importantly, it is for relaxing and being together. . . . → Read More: ‘All together now’

AESG Head Girl runs to change lives

AESG Head Girl Rowdah Charbak at Virgin British 10K London Run

Head Girl at Alderley Edge School for Girls, Rowdah Charbak, took part over the summer in the Virgin British 10K London Run, raising a huge £4147.61 for her chosen charity, ‘Syria Relief’. . . . → Read More: AESG Head Girl runs to change lives

A 12-year-old MGS Tennis Star Invited to Train with Tennis Elite

Oliver Critchley, 12-years old Manchester Grammar tennis star from Altrincham

A 12-year-old tennis star from Altrincham has been invited to train at one of the best centres in the country for producing Britain’s tennis stars of the future. . . . → Read More: A 12-year-old MGS Tennis Star Invited to Train with Tennis Elite

Cheadle Hulme Businesses Paint Town Pink For Breast Cancer

Charity event Paint Cheadle Hulme Pink

Manchester-based charity Prevent Breast Cancer will transform Cheadle Hulme pink as part of Paint Cheadle Hulme Pink. The event will include a series of fundraisers, such as live music, afternoon tea and a ‘pink parade’. . . . → Read More: Cheadle Hulme Businesses Paint Town Pink For Breast Cancer



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