The Newsletter on the Under-Fives
Issue 112 : May 2014
Welcome to the Under-Fives Newsletter.
I hope you find the newsletter useful, but should you wish to cancel your subscription you can do so at http://www.under-fives.org/news.html
Find more childminders and babysitters now at
More special offers at http://www.under-fives.org/offers.html
Half price chocolate with code FCHX
Free delivery at Figleaves until Monday 26 May with code DELIVERY.
Go to Figleaves
Loads of offers at the Magazine site - including 4 issues of Grazia for 1 pound and 6 Cosmos for 9 pounds.
If you would like us to list your event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fun on Steam Trains
Tomorrow to Wed 28 May, Sat 31 May Family Fun on Peak Rail's Steam Trains. Peak Rail's Heritage Trains operate between Rowsley South Station and Matlock Station Platform 2 calling at Darley Dale, and run five round trips per day.
National Family Week - Family Fun Trail
During half-term celebrate National Family Week by spending some time in the fresh air with the kids. Come along and follow the trail set up by the Rangers and search for clues that will help you learn about wildlife and nature. Meet: Shipley Country Park Visitor Centre. Length: 1 mile approx. Equipment: Suitable clothing and footwear. Cost: 50p per child.
Animal Magic Trail at Gladstone
Until June 28th. Follow the clues and track down the animals hiding around the museum. £1 plus admission, free gift for participants and entry into a prize draw.
May Half Term at Conkers
24th May to 1st June. Something for all the family to do from indoor Adventure Play through to outdoor ranger activities, circus shows, Trevor Hill and the Clip Clop Ponies. .
First evidence that yoga can help keep expectant mothers stress free
For the first time researchers in the UK have studied the effects of yoga on pregnant women, and found that it can reduce the risk of them developing anxiety and depression.
Baby helmets 'have no added value', study finds
I'd never heard of them but apparently the use of rigid plastic helmets has become popular with parents concerned their baby has an odd-shaped head. Research has found, though, that these corrective baby helmets have virtually no effect on head shape.
Vaccines not linked with autism, study finds
A new study involving more than a million children found no evidence of a link between childhood vaccines and autism or autism spectrum disorder.
Copyright studholme.net, 2014
You are welcome to copy or forward any part of this newsletter, but please include this copyright notice and web address - http://www.under-fives.org/
Previous editions of this newsletter are archived at http://www.under-fives.org/news.html
An index to articles published in previous issues is at http://www.under-fives.org/article.html
To remove yourself from the mailing list go to [UNSUBSCRIBE]
To update your preferences go to [PREFERENCES] Forward a Message to Someone [FORWARD]
Get your free copy every month: enter your e-mail below.
We will not disclose your e-mail address to anyone else nor send you junk mail.