The National Childbirth Trust

PUBLISHED: 15:59 19 July 2006 | UPDATED: 10:28 06 May 2010

of Sandy and Biggleswade District hold a Meet a mum-to-be Evening on Wednesday, July 26 at 8pm. Are you still at work and not able to make it to the NCT Bumps and Babes during the day? Have you older children who keep you busy all day so you have no time

of Sandy and Biggleswade District hold a Meet a mum-to-be Evening on Wednesday, July 26 at 8pm. Are you still at work and not able to make it to the NCT Bumps and Babes during the day? Have you older children who keep you busy all day so you have no time to meet other pregnant Mums? Would you like to meet other mums-to-be in an informal setting where you can chat and get to know each other?For further details please e-mail: www.biggleswade-nct.org.uk or ring 07817 443961. The National Childbirth Trust wants all parents to have an experience of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood that enriches their lives and gives them confidence in being a parent. Registered Charity No. 801395, registered Office: Alexandra House, OldhamTerrace, Acton, London, W3 6NH

Maple Tree Lower School: On Fallowfield Sandy hope for good weather for Saturday, July 15 for their annual fun day. The fun starts at 2pm with an opening fancy dress parade by the Reception class children in costumes they have made in school. There are lots of activities for all the family; dads are going in the stocks for sponge a dad, there will be side stalls, cake stall, refreshments, coconut shy and the Grand Draw with a first prize of £200. All proceeds will go towards equipment and extra resources for the classrooms.


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