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Trustees Week 2020

As part of Trustees Week 2020, our trustee Angela joined John on his Afternoon Delight show yesterday at NLive Radio. Angela and John talked abou

Big Curry Night In

Our Big Curry Night In was a great success! We would like to thank everyone who participated and donated. We raised an amazing £1320!!

Thank You to the Rotary Club of Northampton West

We would like to say a HUGE thank you to the Rotary Club of Northampton West for their support. Club chairman Paul Hunt recently presented our tr

Book Trust

BookTrust have launched their 2020 Great Books Guide. If you want inspiration for some new reads for you and your little ones, look no further.

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Today is #nationalplayday for more information and resources please see below 👇GIVE CHILDREN A SUMMER OF PLAY Today, thousands of children and their families will be out playing in communities and at local events across the UK, celebrating Playday – the national day for play. Over the past year and a half, children have faced challenges and uncertainty – they need to enjoy time for play free of restrictions, with their friends, having fun. Recognising the importance of children’s play and supporting children to play, on Playday and every day, is more important than ever. Whilst Playday is the national day for play in the UK, this year we are encouraging families, carers, and communities to help children enjoy a Summer of Play. • Playing is essential for children’s mental health and well-being. • Playing helps children cope with stress and anxiety and fosters resilience, enabling children to better deal with challenges.• Playing gives children the opportunity to have fun, laugh, take time out, relax, and build friendships.• Playing outside allows children to appreciate nature, the environment, and feel part of their community.• Playing is fundamental to children’s happiness, and happy children lead to happier communities.We are calling on families, carers, and communities across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to give children plenty of opportunities to play and have fun outdoors with their friends today and throughout the summer. Read more at www.playday.org.uk/2021-media-release #Playday2021 #SummerOfPlay ... See MoreSee Less
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Hey families, have you heard about this summer playscheme? If not please click on the link below to find out more. 😀Free school holiday clubs for disadvantaged families in Northamptonshire. Public Health Northamptonshire is partnering with Northamptonshire Sport (us) to deliver a programme for the summer holidays aimed at countering the triple inequalities facing Northamptonshire's most disadvantaged young people. These are - holiday hunger, physical inactivity and social isolation. HAF: Holiday Activities and Food Programme. Please pass on to someone this may help or find out more:www.northamptonshiresport.org/haf1 ... See MoreSee Less
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