30 Apr2018April 30, 2018
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Hayfever and Homeopathy

Hayfever and Homeopathy

After what seems like a very long winter, with some surprisingly cold and icy weather, at last, Spring seems to be on it’s way and with the recently unexpected hot temperatures in April, for almost the quarter of us who suffer from hayfever, it brings about a completely new set of problems. There are lots...

26 Mar2018March 26, 2018
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Getting Rid Of Pesky Little Visitors…

Getting Rid Of Pesky Little Visitors…

It’s bedtime and you suddenly notice that your little one can’t stop scratching their head. On closer inspection, you realise that the dreaded head lice have moved in. Immediate action is needed and you don’t have any treatment in the cabinet!   How many of us have rushed to the nearest supermarket in search of...

26 Feb2018February 26, 2018
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Adaptive Parenting: Preparing for Baby as a Parent with a Disability

Adaptive Parenting: Preparing for Baby as a Parent with a Disability

  We were recently contacted by Ashley from Disabledparents.org about running an article on preparing for a baby as a parent with a disability. Ashley has kindly supplied this article and whilst it refers to American stats, we feel that there is a lot of practical advice in this article that would be useful for...

26 Feb2018February 26, 2018
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Enjoy Flexible Childcare This Easter

Enjoy Flexible Childcare This Easter

Easter will be upon us before we know it.  The school term finishes on Thursday 28th March and the nurseries are closed Good Friday and Easter Monday (Friday 30th March and Monday 2nd April) .   The Cuddles Easter Holiday club commences from Tuesday 3rd April and offers flexible childcare for children up to the...

20 Jan2018January 20, 2018
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What A Difference Five Minutes Reading With Your Child Will Make…

What A Difference Five Minutes Reading With Your Child Will Make…

How often do you read with your child? It’s something that as a parent, we all know our children will benefit greatly from, but hand on heart, how many of us get to the end of the day and are just ready for a well-earned rest? There is lots research available on the Internet that...

20 Jan2018January 20, 2018
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A Vision For Vincent

A Vision For Vincent

A Vision For Vincent is a local charity that was started by Carl and Tanya Appleby when their son Vinnie was diagnosed with Leukaemia. Sadly, Vinnie lost his battle with Leukaemia in January 2016, however the charity, which was set up in his name, continues to raise funds to help teenagers and young adults. ....