December Newsletter

Mentioning Christmas earlier than December results in Santa having to kill an elf. A lot of shops have a lot of elf blood on their hands and that's pretty sad. But what's not sad and is positively festive, is the December newsletter. Ho ho ho.

November Newsletter

November the 5th has come and gone
But thoughts of it still linger
I held a banger in my hand
Has anybody seen my finger?

Also, November newsletter.

July newsletter

Summer and the end of lockdown uncles ever closer. To tide you over until freedom truly arrives, here's the July newsletter. Download link is right here.

June Newsletter

You're not going to read this one, because we all know, it's half term and you're all playing in the sunshine. But we were thinking of you anyway, and did a newsletter. We're lovely like that. Grab its wonderful sunshineyness here.

May Newsletter

So few April showers that May seems to be instantly making up for it. Take solace in the latest newsletter and know that summer is coming. Honestly, in name if not temperature.

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April Newsletter

As spring does its thing, Easter comes around and the days get longer, here's to hoping we can look forward to a more normal summer as the vaccine rollout continues. Whilst we wait for normality to return, here's the April newsletter. Link.

March Newsletter

Vaccine rollout and the thought of Spring around the corner. We're slowly getting there. Lockdown is slowly coming to and end and we're looking forward to seeing everyone again… here's the nursery outlook in the March newsletter. Grab it right here.

February Newsletter

February and could it be there's light at the end of the winter tunnel? The days get longer and the vaccine roll out is picking up pace. We dream of summer holidays and a social agenda being on the cards again. Until then, enjoy the February newsletter.

December and January Newsletters

Slightly belated Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to one and all. Here's to hoping for a much better 2021 than 2020… let's kick off the year with the December and January newsletters.