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Mrs. Eyres reports on our very busy School

mpps-logoIn April we have been busy developing our outside spaces. We are very grateful for the support that the PTFA (Parent, Teacher & Friends Association) gives us. Recently their fundraising has enabled us to purchase a new shed, which is going to be the resource base for our “Outdoor Learning.” We aim to get all classes having regular lessons outside and we are currently equipping our “Outdoor Classroom.” A huge thank you to Mr Laughton and Mr Lockey for assembling our new classroom. We have got some raised beds which we are about to start planting out; any surplus seeds or plants are welcomed!

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Wiggles & Giggles - and more

janeA series of clubs for the younger members of our village takes place each week at the village hall. On a Monday, Wiggles and Giggles runs from 3.30 to 4.45 for ages 4 to 7yrs, this is an active fun and games group, The Junior Youth club runs from 5 to 6.30pm for ages 8 to 11 yrs and the Senior youth club runs from 6.30 to 8.30 for 11 to 19 year olds.

Flexercise is open to anyone and runs on a Monday from 10 to 12.30 in the Camelot room at Village Hall,

Finally a Youth drop in Cafe runs on Thursdays also in the Camelot Room, village hall from 3.30 to 6.30 for all young people with crafts and games. For more information on any of these, please contact Claire on 07922437466

Heritage group 2018 programme

Heritage LogoYou will see on the heritage group pages, that they have a full programme of talks, walks and museum days this year. the complete programme is also available here as a double sided A4 sheet which you can print off as a reference document.

Health Walks

news-800pxSouth Somerset Council are keen to promote healthy living and in support of this, there are "health walks"; gentle exercise on pavements and off roads to help staying healthy, socialising and discovering more of our local area. These take place every Monday starting at the Milborne Port surgery at 2pm. Everyone is welcome there is a bit more detail on the attached flyer.

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