Month: July 2015

Freshfields Pre-School

Freshfields pre-school has long been established in Whitfield, and there are not many who can say that they have not heard of, or accessed, its provision. This can also be said for its sister company Smiles, which has been running for twelve years on the Old Park Barracks Estate. The reputation of these pre-schools are renowned and recognised by the continuous positive ratings from OFSTED. Smiles pre-school has once again recently received a ‘GOOD’ overall rating with an ‘OUTSTANDING’ for Safeguarding and Wellbeing. However, as with most services that are consistent, reliable and dependable, they can be taken for...

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Has Your Dog Been Chipped?

Dog owners are reminded that new laws mean all dogs must be microchipped from 6 April 2016 -and to help support local communities, Dover District Council is offering free dog microchipping at events and venues across Dover, Deal and Sandwich. The events will offer people the chance to get their pets microchipped, to find out about the new rules, and to meet the dog warden team. Visitors will also be able to find out more about the new Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) that came into operation from 27...

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Crafts & Home Economics Guild Report – July 2015

On the afternoon of Wednesday 22nd July, we had our monthly meeting. Veronica Ashby who was our speaker spoke about “Waste not want not”. She was very very entertaining, she showed us that most of everything we throw away is not necessarily destined for the bin. It can be recycled and used for something else. It was truly amassing if you have the imagination and know how. Gloria then informed us of any forth coming events, including our monthly lunch out, usually at the Archer in Whitfield. We have a Centenary Tea at the hall coming up. And various...

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Living Well Church

It’s an exciting time at Living Well Church as are now running two services on a Sunday, in the morning at 11am and in the evening at ?pm. The Evening service has been added as the Morning Service was getting close to capacity and we wanted to create more space for new attenders. As the summer holidays come to an end we will be back in our usual routine in September, with activities available for every age group, from the parent and toddler group Tiny Toes to activities for children and youth and lunches for the older folks. We...

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