Christmas Holidays Soccer School with Saints Foundation
Saints Soccer School offer a great fun way for children aged 5-13 years old to improve theirfootballing skills, make new friends and to have chances to win prizes and signed merchandise. Quality instruction and tuition from fully qualified and experienced FA coaches with opportunities to be invited to our Saints Foundation Advanced Coaching Centre. Monday 18th December - Wednesday 3rd January. BOOK ONLINE TODAY! www.saintsfoundation.co.uk Fore more information, please download the information booklet ---> Christmas 2017 Half Term Soccer School
NEW MILTON ADVERTISER AND LYMINGTON TIMES TO CELEBRATE 90TH ANNIVERSARY WITH FULL COLOUR RELAUNCH
NEW FOREST SHOW ESHOT December 2017 NEW MILTON ADVERTISER AND LYMINGTON TIMES TO CELEBRATE 90TH ANNIVERSARY WITH FULL COLOUR RELAUNCH THE New Milton Advertiser and Lymington Times, local newspapers which have been covering the New Forest and Christchurch area since 1928, will celebrate the business’s 90th anniversary next year by relaunching in full colour. The independent and family-run broadsheet publication – known collectively by readers as the Advertiser and Times (or A&T for short) – has for decades been an.
The Country Trust and New Forest Agricultural Show society are looking for their next Food Discovery School!
Would you like your pupils to experience growing? cooking? healthy eating? Keen to help them understand where their food comes from? Who has grown it? If you are, then you need to be part of ‘Food Discovery 2018’. Food Discovery is a Country Trust Coordinator led programme based in school and designed to enable children to understand and explore where their food comes from. This heavily subsidised project provides opportunities for pupils to succeed in growing their own crops, as.
Teacher & Farmer Conference: How to make the most of farm visits and your local countryside
Join the Country Trust Hampshire on Wednesday 11th October at Sparsholt College for their Teacher & Farmer Conference. A collaborative conference bringing together the combined skills and experience of Hampshire County Council’s outdoor education and learning team, local Farming and Countryside Education Coordinator and staff from Country Trust Hampshire. The aim of the conference is to bring teachers and farmers together to learn how to run safe, fun and educational visits to working farms. Wednesday 11th October, 9.30am to 3.30pm.