Category Archives: Collyweston

October wildlife news from the farm

Although our Swallows left the farm during the last week in August, and others have said the same, I continued to see Swallows for the first 20 days of September. On 20th September we harvested our crop of organic red clover and there … Continue reading

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What to tell children about terrorism … in the unlikely event

We don’t normally talk about crime and terrorism here.. but with recent events in the News, I think it’s reasonable to make an exception. I grew up in the Cold War, and I know children are affected by stuff like this. … Continue reading

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Early bird discount for Christmas Fair!

Stalls are now ready to book for just £10 (early bird price) at Collyweston’s favourite annual fundraiser. Please contact Shelagh on 01780 444607 as soon as you can. This year’s Christmas Fair on Saturday 25th November is set to be the best … Continue reading

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Bored on Sunday 8th? Go conkers!

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Friday Café to close for winter

The village hall will still be open on the first Friday of the month while the Mother and Toddler group continues – but unless it gets VERY busy the plan is to suspend the other Friday Cafés after Friday 20th … Continue reading

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Tots Group needs a new organiser – not on this Friday!

Melissa Mabbitt, who started this group running in the village hall on the first Friday of the month, has just posted this on Facebook: Hi everyone, due to a change of circumstances I’m afraid I’ll no longer be able to … Continue reading

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Advice on keeping little ones safe on our roads

Advice for teachers Advice for parents Advice for children: under 5 years old 5 – 7 years old over 7 years old

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