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How to Survive Home School
How to Survive Home School
Start as you mean to go on! The next few days as we all settle in to a workable routine will set the pattern for the next several weeks. Kids are used to the school routine, use that to your advantage and follow my top tips to stay sane.
We're here to help...in extraordinary times we need to look for extraordinary solutions. We are all going through uncharted territory with understanding the potential impact of the Coronavirus. It goes without saying that the health of the nation, our friends and family is of utmost importance but so are our businesses and the economy. We all know that we need to look after each other and, as a Business Community, we can all help each other too.
Steak & BJ Day March 14th
Steak & BJ Day March 14th
Have you heard of this celebratory day? No? Well, it’s a thing. Originally created by Radio DJ Tom Birdsey in 2002. Its creation was a holiday to rival Valentine’s Day on February 14th but one month later.
Mother’s Day 2020
Mother’s Day 2020
Mother’s Day is coming sooner than you think (March 22nd 2020) so if you want to spoil your Mother, you need to book something soon. Historically Mother’s Day was the day that children and young people ‘in service’ were given off to return home to their families or their Mother Church to visit. Wildflowers were often picked along the way to give to their Mother or to take to Church and so the tradition of flowers or gifts has come from this. Nowadays we choose to give flowers, a gift or spoil our Mum’s in more modern ways. Here are a few suggestions for you:-
Fans of real bread will be delighted, and our local bakeries will too, but what is real bread? The Real Bread Campaign was established in 2008 and continues this year, the organisers believe that there are only four ingredients in real bread flour, water, yeast and salt other ingredients may be added, sesame seeds, poppy seeds etc so long as they are natural.
For the third year running Chard is set to host Britain’s Disabled Strongman competition. Founded by the town’s own Gary Clarke in 2015, Chard will once again play host to the competition, which is set to be held at Holyrood Academy. The UK Championships will be on Saturday, May 2, 2020, from 10am to 5.30pm.
Mothers Day 2020
Mothers Day 2020
Mother’s Day is fast approaching (22nd March) and if you want to take your Mum somewhere nice you need to start thinking about it now. Historically Mother’s Day was the day when children and young people in service were given a day off to visit their families or originally return to their ‘mother’ Church. The tradition of giving gifts came from wildflowers picked along the way either to place in Church or give to their mothers. Now we celebrate by gift giving, giving Mum a rest from the chores or taking her out. So here are a few ideas to help you:-
Free gardening training and a wealth of volunteering opportunities are on offer at Bath’s Sydney Gardens throughout 2020.
And the winner is
And the winner is
The Winner of the Business of the year 2020
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