Welcome back for the last half term of an extraordinary year!
On the 18th June we have JP Photographic in from 9.30 taking photos of the children in the garden and a whole group photo will be taken at about 10 am. If its not your normal day but you would like your child to attend, that’s great just email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org Parents will be asked to socially distance on the field and in the front garden while the photos are being taken.
The After School Club end of year survey is now out, parents have been emailed a copy and the children have been given a paper copy. This is a great way for us to adjust to the needs of our children and families so if you could take a few moments to have your say we would be grateful.
To improve our pickup arrangements for both Pre School and After School Club we are asking families to email a photo of the adult that will normally be picking up. In the subject header could you write the child’s name followed by the adult name.
We have been asked about parties in our building so for the moment this is not going to change.
As some of you are aware Pat and I will be taking early retirement at the end of this term.
The new team is
David Lee - Finance Manager
Lucy Reading – Centre Manager
Chris Low – Deputy Manager and After School Manager
Tracy Willard – Office Administrator
Heidi and Sam will both be Team Leaders from September as well.
Chris is joining the team from Fairlight After School club where he’s had two Outstanding Ofsted Reports, we are looking forward to working with such an experienced practitioner.
On a personal note:
Pat and I started this Management duo 3 years ago now as friends and that is how we are leaving, as friends but what a challenge the last year’s been not just for us but everyone. We can all share a tale or two over this last year.
A note from Pat:
My Fiveways story began in 1988 when I walked through the door of that wonderful old building to attend Stay and Play, then called parent and toddler, with my oldest son Gary. Both him and David went to playgroup at Fiveways and in 1991 I was offered a job as a playgroup assistant.
Well, who knew what a journey that would start!! I had the pleasure to learn so much from Veronica that gave me the confidence to take on the managers post when Gaynor decided to move on.
I would not have even considered this without Grace agreeing to be my co- manager and always being there with her never-ending support and friendship.
Fiveways is a unique, welcoming place, made so by the most amazing staff team. Fiveways staff are a unique team who create such a wonderful, fun learning environment for the children, who give so many unpaid hours at Fundraising events to ensure that the place thrives and so that new ideas can become reality. I thank them all so, so much for their support over the years, and especially over the last year with all that COVID has thrown at us.
Over the years so many different families have come through Fiveways doors, many returning a second or third time as new family additions came along. The support and friendship over the years from Fiveways families is another part of what makes Fiveways great. You have baked cakes, joined committees, gardened, manned stalls and donated so many toys, books, raffle prizes and money and am sure this support will continue.
Grace and I have decided that it is now time to pass this gem over to a new team and we are retiring at the end of term.
I am immensely proud to have been part of Fiveways and I am sure that it will continue to thrive and still be the unique, wonderful, happy place under Lucy and her team.
The Fiveways Family has been a huge part of my family’s life and will always continue to be so.
A note from Grace:
My 5ways journey started officially 9 years ago but I was in the really privileged position of being the NVQ Childcare assessor for 5ways at the local college long before I started to work here. For me, the team have always been supportive and caring in equal measures and then to work in such an amazing setting adds to the beauty of the role but like the rest of the world Covid has changed everything in no uncertain terms, it feels like the time is right to step away and let 5ways carry on its journey with a new team. As Pat has said the last three years have been worth all the stress because it’s been shared with a good friend. I am taking so many wonderful memories with me from After School Club events, Fireworks night, the Open House events as well as a range of parties.
I wish you all a wonderful summer and thank you for your support to myself and 5ways.
We are running a holiday playscheme on Tuesday 1st June and Wednesday 2nd June 2021.
This is open to all our pre-school and after school club children, as well as their older brothers and sisters.
Please bring a packed lunch or buy one of our packed lunches for £3.20 each.
• Morning 9am–1pm £16
• Afternoon 1pm–5pm £16
• All day 9–5pm £32
All sessions to be paid for in advance.
Please contact on email@example.com or call the office on 01273 500257.
Our good friend, Long Tall Silly, who has done many music sessions with the children, is featured in the new local magazine The Hovarian https://library.myebook.com/BrightonandHove/the-hovarian-june-2021/3360/#page/65
Fiveways is a great place for children’s celebrations. We are now re-opening for party hire. With full use of our indoor and outdoor facilities, with some restrictions, and use of the kitchen and kitchen equipment.
• Fridge, kettle, no cooking
• Children’s Centre
• all outside
• 20 children
• Fridge, kettle, cooking allowed
• 2 main rooms
• all the outside
• kitchen oven
• £100 (£30 deposit returned)
• £150 (£30 deposit returned)
Our family has recently grown with the addition of three adult foxes and their ten cubs. They have made a comfy home behind our sheds and wait patiently for the children to go home before coming out to play. We would like to reassure you that advice from the RSPCA has been taken; we have cordoned off the shed and have been advised that foxes do not attack unless under threat. We, of course, maintain our close scrutiny of the children, particularly in that area and have had many discussions with the children over sharing our space.
Unfortunately pick up times seem to have lengthened. Please collect promptly by 3.45pm. We will be charging people who arrive late.
Also, for the security of children, please remember to close the two metal gates.
We have arranged the photographer to come in and take our leavers’ photo. Please put the date in your diary, any child not here that day is, of course, welcome to come and join us.
May 3rd is a Bank Holiday. May 28th until June 7th is half-term.
Please don’t forget to let us know what school your child is going to or what sessions you would like for September. Thank you.
Please keep checking in with your child’s Tapestry account, you can share your ideas, experiences and queries with us, and each other. Let us know if you need any help with logging in.
Brighton, where we live 19th - 30th April.
Lifecycles and growing 4th -14th May.
Science and our senses 17th - 28th May
We really appreciate your input with any of our topics, so please let us know if you have any ideas/ skills/experiences you would like to share with us.
In September many of our children will be moving on to school. It is an exciting but also quiet daunting time for children and parents! After half term we will be focussing on activities to support this transition, practically, and emotionally. Schools will also be contacting Parents and Carers to arrange virtual meetings to help ensure a smooth move from preschool to school. We will be posting activities on Tapestry that you might want to do together at home too. As always, please talk to your child’s keyperson or any of us if you have any ideas, thoughts, or concerns.
But, as well as this, we are looking forward to spending many happy, sunny hours playing in our lovely outside space.
We have a Playscheme running from Monday 12th April until Friday 16th April this year, which is very exciting as this is the first one in over a year. The theme is Spring.
Come and explore our great indoor and outdoor facilities. A week to run, play and have fun and games with our dedicated team!
8am–9am Breakfast club £5. Then 9am–5pm £32.
Bring a packed lunch or pay £3.20 for a cooked lunch prepared by us.
To book, please fill out this form.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Now the Spring term has finished completely we would like to remind everyone that fees for that term should have been paid in full by now. Thanks!
Please remember to label your children’s clothing with their name as it helps to ensure we know what item belongs to whom.
We would like to put out the plea for a covered sandpit.... if anyone has one they don’t need, please let us know.......
Does anyone have a lawn drop spreader they don’t need? We think this would be a massive hit in the garden next term, if we can get one!
It’s simply unmissable! We hope you like it.
A quick reminder that we break up at the end of Thursday 1st April and that we are back on Monday 19th April for the Summer Term.
(Over the two weeks’ holiday, we have an Easter Playscheme in the second week).
Welcome back everyone once again!
Thank you for working with us while we devise the safest way, with adequate social distancing, to get everyone in and out of the building. As some of you have seen this can be tricky especially when it’s raining and the After School Children are coming down as well.
Bluebell children are dropped off and collected at the first door around the back via the tall wooden gate and then you loop back on the black steppingstones. Buttercup children are dropped off and picked up at their door and then you need to loop back around the way you came in.
After School Children enter via the field gate with the staff. Parents of After School Children are collected via the front door if attending Balfour and for Downs via the tall wooden gate at the first door opposite the 2 sheds and again to loop back via the steppingstones.
Please try and remember to only go up the path or come down it if it is totally free as we really can’t socially distance in this area. Your cooperation and support are appreciated. Thank you.
As the weather is going to turn soon, we will be picking up on the gardening theme, so if anyone is overrun with flowerpots, we would love to take them off your hands. Please leave them on the bench by the front door. Thank you.
We really appreciate all these little acts of kindness as they help to keep us afloat!
Grace, Ben and the rest of the after school club team are preparing for opening again from Monday 8 March. Don't forget to email us to confirm your sessions required. Thanks!
Lucy and her team are keen to welcome all the Pre-School children back from the 8 March if they have not returned already. See you then!
Grace and Ben are looking forward to welcoming children from Downs Infants and Junior school to the Fiveways Breakfast Club. Please email on email@example.com to book your place.
Can we remind you that February half term is from Monday 15th February?
We are back on Monday 22nd February 2021.
Have a great half term and keep safe.
At Fiveways, we are excited to hear what the Prime Minister is saying about the roadmap out of lockdown. We will keep you posted about what this means regarding what we are allowed to and by when as soon as possible.
In other good news, we are pleased that asymptomatic home testing kits will be made available to private, voluntary and independent (PVI) nurseries and pre-schools in England from Monday 22nd March. The kits are to be used by staff twice a week at home.
As you know we are doing our best to support everyone, with priority being given to vulnerable children or those of key workers. Unfortunately, the current advice is to refrain from restarting our Breakfast Club and After School provision, but we will endeavour to do so as soon as it is deemed feasible.
As a charity we are led by a Committee who are all volunteers. Some current members are due to leave so we need to encourage some of you to sign up! You don’t need any skill in particular, but enthusiasm and ideas are always welcome. If you think you would enjoy working within a warm group to support 5Ways, please contact us and we will pass your details on for an informal chat with a Committee member. They usually meet here about once a month.
Hattie and Pauline joined us last term and will be working in Afterschools and Bluebells once we are properly up and running again.
Also new for this term is our email address, hopefully you all received the email with this change before the end of the year. The new address is firstname.lastname@example.org and the phone numbers remain the same 01273 500257 or the mobile is 07865348751.
We intend to spend even more time outside this year; the children loved planting up the bulbs into the tubs that are now around the building so it would be lovely to carry on with this theme. If anyone is cutting back or taking cuttings, such as raspberry bushes or any other plants, we would appreciate anything you can spare. Please save, if possible, until we all return. Thank you.
There are a lot of activity ideas on Tapestry for Playgroup children. The topic for this term is “Winter” and we will then move onto “Houses and Homes”. If there are any specific activities your child enjoys or you think would enjoy, please let us know.
Well, what a start to 2021! We want to thank everyone for the lovely gifts and thoughtful words of support you shared with us in the days leading up to Christmas. We hope that you are all well and staying safe in this unsettling and difficult climate. These times are difficult for all of us. Please trust that we will always do our best to provide a safe and stimulating setting for as many of you as we can. If you feel we can support you in any way please contact us. Please take care of yourselves and each other.
Pat, Grace and the Staff Team.
This is 11.59 tonight. Many thanks!
Hello everyone. We hope you're all well. Don't forget to check your child's Tapestry account.
We're posting lots of activities you might like to try at home and you can upload photos of what you've been doing too, if you like. It'd be great to hear from you.
Stay safe x.
As promised in our email sent on Sunday the Trustees and Management have been reviewing the ongoing lockdown situation.
Thank you for your support and bearing with us whilst we have been sorting out staffing and the ability to safely reopen. In light of our ongoing conversation with Brighton and Hove Council and their decision to close council run nurseries to all but the children of critical workers and vulnerable children, we are contacting you to assess the need for places here at Fiveways.
Priority will be given to the above children first but, please contact us urgently if you would also like to take up a place, along with the days and times you would require so that we may decide if its practical and safe for us to run.
The sooner replies are received the sooner we can decide if we will be reopening from Monday 11th January.
Once again, many thanks for your unfailing support to us in these exceedingly difficult times.
Pat and Grace
To all our Parents/ Carers,
The Fiveways Trustees have today made the difficult decision not to open Fiveways Playcentre next week, on 4th–8th January.
The Committee will then review the situation on Friday 8th January.
The guidance from Brighton and Hove Council for schools to remain closed for the time being along with the speed at which the virus is spreading in Brighton and Hove has guided our decision.
The safety of our staff and families is uppermost in our minds.
Please contact us if you have any worries, questions, or concerns. Either email or Grace and I will be picking up phone messages.
New email address email@example.com
Please all stay safe and well and we hope to see you all very soon
Pat and Grace
Fiveways Playcentre is a play-based community of children, parents and educators. We believe that children flourish best:
How we will achieve this:
• We gather information regarding a child’s care needs, such as dietary requirements and preferences through our Registration Form
• Each child is assigned a key person who ensures every child’s learning and care is tailored to meet their individual needs
• We introduce an All About Me topic/theme early on in every academic year to learn more about the children
• We have a robust Safeguarding Policy and frequent safeguarding training throughout the year
• We promote oral health, healthy lifestyles and physical activity throughout the year and within topics and themes.
What effect we want:
• Children feel safe and secure, developing attachment to their keyperson and, if needed, use this ‘secure base’ to explore and investigate their environment.
• Staff attend to children’s personal needs
• Staff deal with children’s care arrangements, including intimate care, with a high level of privacy afforded to children
• Children are supported to recognising and responding to their own physical needs
• There are effective supervision arrangements when children are undertaking personal hygiene tasks.
How we will achieve this:
• We establish and maintain a daily routine where there are many opportunities for children to interact with others, such as during play time, adult-led activities, snack and lunch times, and carpet time
• We promote Golden Rules to guide positive behaviour and praise kind behaviour when we see it in action
• Children are taught to use a sand-timer to support taking turns
• We encourage good manners during meal times including ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ during snack time
• We provide extra support for those who need it.
What effect we want:
• Children are usually respectful towards their peers and adults
• Children understand the impact of their words and actions on others
• Staff behave as excellent role models for children
• Staff will model language well
• When there are dispute between children, staff will try to support children to problem-solve.
How we will achieve this:
• Our curriculum is co-constructed by adults and children during the year, based on children’s interests while also weaving in skills, interests, topics, themes, experiences and ideas that help broaden children’s perspective of what they enjoy and can be a part of
• We offer a range of open-ended resources for children to explore and use, indoors and outdoors, allowing them to find their own purpose and motivation
• We change our Continuous Provision and/or adapt our Enhanced Provision, depending upon our knowledge of children’s interests
• At group time, we ask children what they enjoy at home and at nursery
• At group time, we explore a range of different emotions and feelings and discuss coping strategies for when feeling sad, to support self-regulation.
What effect we want:
• Children are mostly happy
• Children have ample choice of what to play, with whom and where
• Staff will support independence and confidence
• Children feel free to decline participation in play
• Artwork including cards for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Easter and Christmas show a wide variety in output that reflect children’s own preferences and ideas.
How we will achieve this:
• Observation: Each child will have an ongoing observation called Personal Profile. In the child’s first half-term, their keyperson will answer three questions about the child in relation to each of the three Prime Areas (nine questions in total). This forms the child’s Starting Point. In the next half term, three further questions for each of the Specific Areas will be added (twelve new questions in total). The keyperson is then required to keep this entire Personal Profile (of 21 questions and answers) updated throughout the child’s time at the setting.
• Understanding: As children learn and develop, key persons will be editing the questions and answers as and when needed, based on what is relevant in the child’s world. This requires a holistic understanding of the child by the keyperson, as well of child development in general.
• Assessment: Every term, the keyperson is required to judge which area or aspect is the child’s Strongest Area and which one is the child’s Most Challenging Area. This will be sent as a Reflection on Tapestry each term. (In addition, each key child will need a Two Year Check completed between their second and third birthday. This will include a decision over whether the child might have special educational needs. If they do, additional systems of tracking are likely to be appropriate).
Long Term Plan:
- Fulfilment of the EYFS
- Fulfilment of the Fiveways ethos
Medium Term Plan:
- A four weekly environment plan for Buttercups and Outdoors and a two week plan for Bluebells.
- Careful and logical sequencing of set of topics / themes / celebrations / themes / skills that we wish to introduce and incorporate. We support learning by building on children’s existing knowledge and the skills they bring with them to the setting. It is about understanding the steps needed to develop and teach skills that are individual to each child.
Short Term Plan:
- Enhanced Provision depending upon the theme or topic we wish to explore.
- Spontaneous provocations. An adult introduces an idea on the spur of the moment, as an educated guess that it will be of interest. Children are free to accept or decline this ‘play cue.’
- In The Moment Planning in response to teachable moments within children’s interests and needs in the here and now.
- Personalised Plans for each child to support them in their Most Challenging Area and their Strongest Area. These do not define a child’s next step, but they are an adult’s ‘next steps’ in response to the child.
We will be using approaches from Ofsted definition of Teaching in Early Years: Communicating and modelling language, showing, explaining, demonstrating, exploring ideas, encouraging, questioning, recalling, providing a narrative for what the children are doing, facilitating, setting challenges.
We will identify the gap between what a child can do by themselves and what they can do with adult support (Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development) and ‘scaffold’ those skills.
We will respond to characteristics of effective learning by praising and acknowledging participation (use of ‘hands’), effort or love of an activity (‘heart’), reflection and developing and changing strategies (‘head’). We will also consider:
If a child is watching from the sidelines, how do I support the child to get involves?
If a child is giving up, how do I support the child to be resilient?
If a child is getting stuck, how do I support the child to think about their thinking?
Children will learn through play, and can also use play to consolidate what they already know.
They will also learn from conversation, instructions, structured adult led activities, and getting answers to their questions.
From Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development, children modify or change new information to fit what they already know (assimilation). Accommodation is when they restructure what they already know so new information can fit in better.
What effect we want:
• Staff enable children to explore and solve problems
• Staff encourage children to speculate and test ideas through trial and error.
• Staff read aloud and tell stories to children, and encourage children to sing songs, nursery rhymes and take part in musical games
• The children bring participation, motivation and thinking to what they are doing, as they learn and consolidate their learning.
• Staff are able to show how well they know their key children, their likes and areas where they show less interest, and are able to articulate and justify what they are doing for each individual child, and say how a child has developed from their starting point with us.
How we will achieve this:
• We have radically revamped our recording system to eliminate excessive paperwork, in order to encourage more time for high quality interactions between children and adults
• We support staff to take part in training such as in Sustained Shared Thinking, and In The Moment Planning
• We encourage staff to take part in Noodle Now e-learning each month
• We recruit staff from a wide range of backgrounds
• We hold annual appraisals for staff to help support their professional development
What effect we want:
• Staff are engaging in dialogue with children
• Staff are watching, listening and responding to children
• Staff encourage children to express their thoughts and use new words
• Staff are provided with the communication tools they need to enhance their practice in supporting children’s play and learning
• Staff promote equality and diversity, challenging harmful discrimination when this is necessary
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is a curriculum framework that aims to give children aged 0-5 the “best possible start in life.” As a curriculum framework, it sets the parameters for the curriculum we offer nursery children at Fiveways, including the three Prime Areas of learning and development and four Specific Areas.
Our aim is to deliver the Early Years Foundation Stage via our own curriculum, co-constructed by adults and children, which fulfils on all aspects of the Fiveways ethos above.
By providing such an ambitious and broad curriculum, we aim to make these an integral part of every day practice:
• Acknowledging and supporting the broadening and growth of children’s wealth of experience (their ‘cultural capital’)
• Promoting pro-social values such as democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance
• Supporting children to have a solid foundation to achieve their Early Learning Goals at the end of their Reception year.
F - Fun, friendly place to be
I - Inclusve, Inviting Playcentre
V - Valuing every child and parent carer
E - Exciting Environment for Everyone
W - Warm and Welcoming
A - Attentive and Approachable staff team
Y - Your views always matter
S - Safe, Supportive and Stimulating
Fiveways is a charity run playcentre surrounded by a green oasis. We offer breakfast club, preschool, afterschool care and some sessions during the holidays [unfortunately we are not able to offer this service for the summer of 2020].
Fiveways Playcentre, like everyone else in the county, has a responsibility to respond to and change procedures if necessary, following the latest guidance given by the Government. We have a duty of care to our children, families, our staff team, and any visitors to our grounds. We need to ensure we have systems in place to keep everyone as safe as practicable bearing in mind that we are a Playcentre. It is crucial that everyone feels safe and the children are able to relax and play.
We are assisted by Brighton and Hove Council, Early Years and Out of School Care Team as well as The Early Years Alliance and The Out of School Alliance both of which are national organisations supporting us in managing a Covid secure environment.
Guidance on how to stay safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is updated regularly. For the latest Government guidance:
• in England, see coronavirus advice on https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Our Covid 19 Risk Assessment will be amended and updated as the guidance from the Government is issued.
Cleaning and hygiene, PPE, fit for work and testing, dealing with a sick child, social distancing in the workplace for staff and managing staff stress are covered in the risk assessment.
More information can be found on our website at:
or call us on 01273 500257
It is obviously in the interests of everyone to adhere to the following guidelines at all times to ensure this setting can operate as safely as possible.
Please respect each other and be aware of distance.
We appreciate that this new routine will take some getting used to so please be patient with one another, and with us. Thank you.
If anyone deliberately persists in behaviour that could endanger another, we will take serious action which could lead to the termination of your child’s place.
Children’s well being, not profit, continues to be at the heart of Fiveways, and is the reason for its success. Our aim to “create a happy, relaxed atmosphere where children, parents and staff all value, respect and care for each other” includes our environment. We encourage children and parents to learn how to ‘tread lightly’ on our planet so the planet can continue to support us and our children in the future.
• Please walk or cycle to the play centre
• Please encourage your children to recycle where possible
• Please help us to look after the outside space and the plants, insects and animals that share it with us.
• We are composting our food waste, if you live in a flat and want to join in – please speak to staff
We know having children under 5 can be stressful (as well as a lot of fun) and we aim to provide a welcoming atmosphere and help build informal community networks. Helping each other out and getting to know your neighbours is important. Friendships developed at Fiveways often continue through out school and beyond for parents and children. Community events such as the summer fair, fireworks night etc… are a good opportunity to get to know people and give our children and ourselves a sense of place in our community, as well as raising funds for Fiveways.
To continue to offer excellent play opportunities for your children and to keep fees low we ask you to help out in a way that suits you and fits in with the demands of the rest of your life. This can be anything from 4 hours / year upwards. Below are some suggestions of different ways of helping out. Please indicate how you will help when you register your child. You are always welcome to offer extra support during the year, it can be a great way of meeting other parents and being part of our local community.
This meets 6 times/year in the evening for about 2 hours to support Pat and Grace in managing the staff team and the day to day running of the playgroup. Fiveways can pay for a babysitter or sometimes parents take it in turns to come to meetings. Enthusiasm is as valuable as particular skills. Fiveways needs a parent led management committee to continue as a charity and not for profit social enterprise.
Due to Covid-19 these meetings are held with social distancing or via zoom
Meets as needed to organise events, such as the Valentine’s Ball, Summer Fair, Barn Dance, Quiz nights, Jumble Sales, Firework night and the Xmas bazar. Meeting times vary to suit those involved – day times, evenings, at each others houses, in the pub, in the building. Some people help with their favourite event others help all year round. The more people involved the easier it is. Extra help is always needed on the day of events.
Help in kind
You may have a trade, practical skill or special interest you can offer. For example: gardening, making, baking, bicycle repair, wildlife, plumbing, decorating…
Its always helpful to have a solicitor, accountant, press office, policy adviser etc… for help and advice.
You may be able to print colour posters at your workplace or access charitable trust funds, ask for sponsorship of an event or offer a prize for the raffle.
We also hold tidy up days when we need a good sort out.
Volunteering at the Playcentre
We offer work experience for thos thinking about starting a career in childcare and those wanting to be more involved with their children’s education. Speak to Pat or Grace if you are interested.
Fiveways is an important part of our local community and we are happy to be continuing partnerships with local schools and Council services that benefit all our children.
Fiveways Playcentre is a registered charity that has been around for over 55 years.
It began its life in a church hall in 1965, when a group of mothers wanted somewhere for their children to play. The playgroup obtained permission to use ‘Downs School field’ initially for an hour a day. In time this led to a pre-fabricated hut being built by parents on site. The building served the playgroup for the next 30 years but eventually needed replacing.
Fiveways was re-housed in the brand new building opened in 2010. This came as a result of extensive lobbying, fundraising from parents, and with the generous support of Sure Start and the Council Early Years team. This established a new partnership with Sure Start Children’s services that run alongside the playgroup, although Fiveways Playcentre remains independent. The field continues to be owned by Downs School and is under license for the playgroup to use.
Fiveways playcentre is a non profit charity which is run by the community for the community. We have fundraising events throughout the year, in the past we have held firework nights, Christmas fairs, open/craft mornings, summer fairs. Other events include discos for the children, breakfast with Santa and jumble sales.
Do you have any great ideas to help with our fundraising? Would like to be involved with events or be a member of our committee? Please do not hesitate to contact us.