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Located in the Armitage with Handsacre Village Hall, Shropshire Brook Road, Armitage.
Armitage Pre School is for children aged from 2 to 4 years, and runs between the hours of 9.45am and 12.45pm, Monday – Friday.
The Pre School provides top quality child care and education, tailored to suit children’s individual needs, where the basics of reading, writing and number work are covered. The structured and homely environment will help your child to feel safe, relaxed and secure at all times. Our friendly, approachable and caring staff will always be available to discuss your needs and requirements.
Our Toddler sessions run every Thursday from 1pm to 2.45pm. Lisa and Claire would love to see you and your little ones. Why not come along to make new friends and see some different faces. There are refreshments available along with a large range of toys and craft activities for everyone to get involved with
For more information please call 07855 721858 during session times
Or Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
The association is proud to announce that we have once again entered into The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), It’s Your Neighbourhood, Britain in Bloom. for the last two years we have been awarded Level 4 (Thriving) so we are once again striving to meet the criteria in the hope of reaching this high level again.
“Growing for Gold,” is the theme the RHS have chosen to celebrate their 50th Birthday this year. For our part in this, we intend to donate pots of Golden Plants to various sites around the village, including St. John’s Church.
We also hope that come the summer the allotments will be awash with golden sunflowers, so watch out and please walk down and enjoy the site.
According to a recent survey of the National Allotment Society members nearly every person said their love of allotment gardening comes from the fresh air, home grown produce, healthy lifestyle and like-minded people this activity offers.
Did you know that just 30 minutes of gardening on your allotment can burn around 150 calories, the same as doing low impact aerobics? And spending as little as 15 minutes a day out in the summer sunshine can build up your levels of vitamin D.
If managed properly, an allotment can produce enough food to supplement a family’s weekly shop, with fresh fruit and vegetables over the year. This does require hard work and dedication but even the smallest crop grown, is money saved from the supermarket.
And, even though supermarkets are making more of an effort to source local produce, you can’t beat growing your own; no longer will you be talking about food miles, but instead food metres.
Allotments are available in the village from as little as £1.00 per week.
For more information contact 01543 493085.
We feel happier when the warm weather arrives and we can relax in the sunshine. The new season also raises a few smiles amongst thieves hoping to make a profit from your misfortune – so don’t give them the chance to spoil your good mood.
After a long winter it’s understandable we want to spend more time outdoors during spring and summer – barbeques in the garden, long lunches in the pub, picnics in the park and driving with the windows down.
Staffordshire County Councillor Martyn Tittley has responded to parents who expressed concerns over the hazards caused by cars parked in Chapel Road during the school run:
Its early days yet, but I have been successful with officer support to get the problem as one of the four(4) projects to be looked at by the District parking board for this year. The probable way forward is for a timed parking ban between the hours of 08:30 & 09:30 and 15:30 & 16:30 will be introduced.
A consultation with residents of Chapel Road will take place to ensure that they are happy. If in the mean time the problem increases I will make representation to the school to close the pedestrian access and egress from Chapel Road as a temporary measure until we have or highways solution installed.
Cllr Martyn Tittley.