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The Newsletter on the Under-Fives
Issue 82 : July/August 2011
http://www.under-fives.org/
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Welcome to the Under-Fives newsletter. I hope you are 
enjoying the summer. Don't forget to let us know if you 
find anywhere great to take your children.

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Contents
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  - What's New at the Web Site?
  - Special Offers
  - News and Events
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What's New at the Under-Fives Web Site?
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Private Swimming Pool for Hire near Ashbourne
   Private swimming pool by the hour for mothers and 
   toddlers - maximum 10 people at any one time. 
   http://www.under-fives.org/services.html

Music for the Under-Fives
   Introduce your baby or toddler to fun musical activities -
   we now list classes in Uttoxeter, Mayfield, Ashbourne, 
   Wyaston, Werrington, Cheddleton, Wirksworth, Hulland Ward, 
   Rocester, Swadlincote, Eccleshall, Matlock, Belper, 
   Ripley, Little Eaton, Darley Dale, Chesterfield, Stone, 
   Stafford, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Alsager, Ripley, Stretton, 
   Bonsall, Ashover, Alsager, Market Drayton and Basford!
   http://www.under-fives.org/activity.html#Music

Baby Sensory
   Baby Sensory classes are designed to stimulate the senses 
   and help with your baby's development. The Under-Fives site 
   now has classes listed in 14 locations in Derbyshire and 
   Staffordshire.
   http://www.under-fives.org/activity.html#sensory
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Special Offers and On-Line Discount Codes
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Kids go Free to National Trust in August
   All you have to do is download a voucher (using the 
   link below), take it to a participating National Trust 
   place and two children will receive free entry per 
   paying adult.
   http://tinyurl.com/3uca9ps

70% Off BHS
   The BHS Sales continues with further lines added 
   offering up to 70% off across all categories.
   http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-1845710-10526372
 
Free Chocolates from Thorntons
   FREE box of Premium Collection (worth 5.99) when you 
   spend 20 pounds. To claim your free chocolates enter 
   offer code FPC7 at the checkout when shopping via the 
   link below and add the chocolates (product code 4203) 
   to your basket.
   http://thorntons.at/jill

For more special offers see
http://under-fives.org/offers.html
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News and Events
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Please send announcements of future children's events to
jill@studholme.net

B-active in the Park
   Free activities at Markeaton Park for all ages. 
   Activities for under 5 year olds include: Lots for Tots 
   activity tent, Tricycles, Sensory area, Splash time in 
   the paddling pool. Saturday 6th August 1-4 pm.
   http://www.bactivederby.com/summerxplosion/

Toddler Time
   A drop-in session to bring your toddlers for some playtime.  
   Bouncy castle plus play equipment. Wirksworth Leisure 
   Centre every Friday til 2 September from 9 to 12. 
   http://www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/

Summer Reading Challenge
   The Summer Reading Challenge runs in libraries throughout 
   the summer holidays, with incentives, activities and 
   events designed to create a real buzz around children's 
   reading. The challenge is simple - to read six or more 
   library books over the summer. From 4 years old. 
   Just head to your local library to sign up and your 
   child will be rewarded with a certificate when they 
   complete the challenge.
   http://www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/
	 
Environment plays a big part in autism 
   Environmental factors may have a bigger impact on 
   whether or not a child develops autism than previously 
   thought, according to new research.  However, the 
   researchers are quiet on which environmental factors 
   in particular contribute.
   http://www.newscientist.com/

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