CanvasChamp Review – Personalised Canvas Prints

We have been meaning to get a canvas for LP’s room since we came back from Florida so when CanvasChamp got in touch and asked us if we’d like to review their service it felt like ideal timing and I placed an order immediately. The CanvasChamp website is really user friendly and I found the whole ordering process really straightforward. CanvasChamp have pre-set canvas sizes but you can also order…

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What does Online Safety mean to You?

If I say the words online safety to you, what do you think of? It may be keeping your computer password protected – and not using your maiden name and date of birth as the password. You may think of how careful you are not to put too much information online about yourself – not divulging your address or date of birth. You might think of the fact you have…

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Aviva and Dorking Nursery School building a stronger community

Aviva is committed to building stronger communities and one of the ways it implements this, is through the Aviva Community Fund. Now in its fourth year, the fund has awarded millions to projects up and down the country. Open to everyone, groups submit for much needed funding to be in with a chance of securing between £1,000 and £25,000. Groups enter the Aviva Community Fund under three categories – environmental,…

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Wookey Hole, Somerset Review

Wookey Hole is somewhere both Dave and I visited when we were children and so we were keen to take the family there when we visited the area during October half term. Wookey Hole is an ancient series of underground caves in Somerset that have been turned into one of the area’s best loved tourist attractions. It’s been around for generations and we were excited to visit to see if…

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Start the Spring Cleaning with Ovenclean (Competitions now closed)

One thing that I know I don’t do often enough is clean our oven – and I can fully understand why it’s Britain’s most hated chore. But cleaning the oven is something that makes such a difference in the kitchen – especially if it’s done properly. To kick start our spring cleaning regime Ovenclean organised for our double oven to be cleaned – and I was blown away by the…

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I Never Realised I was Ginger

Now anyone reading this may think that is a really daft statement to make. That surely no-one can grow up not realising what colour their hair was. But, it’s true. As a child I didn’t realise I was ginger. Or, to be more specific, I didn’t realise I was different. I remember as a child old ladies would stop my parents in the street and compliment me on my hair…

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Living Arrows – 5/52 {2019}

Welcome back to another week of Living Arrows – and thanks to everyone who linked up last week. I love this project and it’s so nice getting to know the families that participate in Living Arrows each week and this year it looks like a really lovely mix of old and new faces.  If you haven’t joined in with Living Arrows before it’s is about celebrating childhood. The project originally…

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