Under Fives

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The Newsletter on the Under-Fives
Issue 95 : 23 October 2012

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  - What's New at the Web Site?
  - Shopping Discount Codes
  - News and Events

What's New at the Under-Fives Web Site?

Find a Pre-School
  More pre-schools in Staffordshire are now at
Toy Libraries Stay and Play
  Stay and Play sessions now at Toy Libraries at Wirksworth, 
  Crich, South Wingfield and Belper. Just £2.50 for 
  up to 3 children, additional children 50p.

Shopping Discount Codes

Save money with these sales and vouchers...

10% Off Books
   Get 10% off two or more used books at online retailer 
   www.betterworldbooks.co.uk, and support the National 
   Literacy Trust at the same time, with code BWB4NLT.
Free Necklace at Boden
   All new customers get a fab free necklace with their 
   first order from Boden.

Boss Orange Evening Essentials Gift Set
   Boss orange evening essentials gift set is better than 
   half price, Was: 60.00 Now only: 29.50
For more special offers see

News and Events

Please send announcements of future children's events to
Baby and Toddler Friendly Show
   21 October 2012 at Double Tree, by the Hilton Hotel in
   Sheffield Park from 9 am to 2.30 pm. Ideas, information
   and advice for maternity, babies and toddlers.  Plus 
   craft activities, activity taster sessions, pampering 
   and products.

Leave your baby to cry, scientists say
   A study has found that 'behavioural sleep techniques,' 
   such as leaving a baby to cry for a certain amount of 
   time, does them no harm.  Allowing an infant to settle 
   itself does it no harm and can in fact enable both the 
   child and the parent to get a better night's sleep.

Gps offer whooping cough jab to mums-to-be
   Gps are to begin offering pregnant women in North Derbyshire 
   and Chesterfield the whooping cough vaccine 
   following a sharp rise in the number of young babies 
   who have died from the disease.

Home prenatal scans help keep babies safe
   Keeping a close watch on baby and mother during pregnancy 
   is crucial, but the equipment to do this is often found 
   only in hospitals. So mothers who live far from medical 
   centres must make long journeys to receive routine scans. 
   This could soon change thanks to a portable fetal-
   monitoring package based around a smartphone.  It could 
   provide broader access to cheap monitoring systems for 
   those in remote locations.
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