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Issue 60 : September 2009

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The Newsletter on the Under-Fives
Issue 60 : September 2009
http://www.under-fives.org/
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Hello and welcome to our 60th newsletter.  Thanks very 
much for subscribing.  I hope you had a good summer - if 
you have discovered any great places to take children 
please let me know.

Contents
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  - What's New at the Web Site?
  - Savings and Special Offers
  - News and Events
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What's New at the Under-Fives Web Site?
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Things to do with the under-fives
  More activities are listed on the site, including Theatre
  Kittens and Puddleducks Derbyshire.
  http://www.under-fives.org/activity.html

Pre-schools
  More Derbyshire pre-schools are now listed at 
  http://www.under-fives.org/preschool.html

Childminders
  We've also extended our childminder list at 
  http://www.under-fives.org/childminder.html
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Savings and Special Offers
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Mini Barratts
   Get 15% off everything at Barratts when you enter 
	 SEPT10B at the online checkout. The code's valid until 
	 30 Sept. To get free delivery when you spend £50 or more, 
	 use the undated code DELAWB.
  http://tinyurl.com/mp3ed2
	
Body Shop: Save 5 Pounds
  Save 5 pounds when you spend 25 pounds or more on line. 
  Use the code MONEY_SAVE0709 at the Body Shop at 
  http://tinyurl.com/p3ae7k

Three for Two at Boots
  Boots launch massive 3 for 2 promotion focusing on 
  facial skincare, cosmetics and haircare. See
  http://bit.ly/boots_c

5 Pounds off at Tesco
  The new Autumn/Winter Tesco Direct catalogue is 
  available and we have a voucher for you.  Use the link
  below to spend over 50 pounds at Tesco Direct and get 
  5 pounds off by entering TDX-DRET when you check out. We 
  also have a code for new customer to Tesco groceries. 
  Spend over 50 pounds and get 10 pounds off. Enter 
  XXPD96 when you check out.
  tesco.co.uk 

Argos: Free Delivery on Ipods
  The new range of iPods are already available to buy at 
  Argos online. To celebrate the launch they are offering you 
  free delivery on any iPod purchased between now and the 
  29th September.  Plus there is up to 50% off selected 
  sports equipment. Use this link to go to Argos
  argos.co.uk

For more voucher codes and special offers see
http://www.under-fives.org/offers.html
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News and Events
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Sunday School Service
   St John the Baptist, Church Mayfield, nr Ashbourne. 
   20 September, 10.45.  Special service for children, 
   followed by buffet in Church Rooms.  More details 
   contact Mrs Margaret Mansfield on 01335 343791.

Boogie Babies: High School Musical Autumn Party
   10 October, 2-5 pm.  Boogie Nights Nightclub, Derby.
   Fun baby disco dancing at a nightclub. Mums can be 
   pampered by a beauty expert from Virgin Vie with a free 
   facial.  Children can enjoy nail and face painting.
   http://www.boogie-babies.co.uk/

Are We What Our Mothers Ate? 
   Mothers' health in the days and weeks prior to 
   becoming pregnant may determine the health of offspring 
   much later in life, according to new research. The 
   studies demonstrate that maternal nutrition, protein 
   intake and level of fat in the diet may cause changes 
   in the developing foetus that can have long-term 
   health consequences
   http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/

Fathers aren't dispensable just yet 
   Scientists may be tempted to think men are becoming 
   an optional extra in the mating game, but biochemical 
   evidence suggests that fathers play a key role in 
   rearing children
   http://www.newscientist.com/article/

Complication risk for older mums 
   UK scientists have produced further evidence to suggest 
   delaying becoming a mother may be risky.  They found 
   women who start their periods early were more likely to 
   require medical assistance such as forceps, or a 
   Caesarean section.  The effect was neutralised if these 
   women had their first baby at an early age - but not 
   for older mothers. 
   http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/8254703.stm

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