Parkinson’s Branch Meeting

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The North West Somerset Branch of Parkinson’s UK will hold their Branch Meeting on Saturday, April 14 at 10.30am at St Francis Church, Ash Hayes Road, Nailsea. The guest speaker is Cyril Rautley with a slide presentation entitled ‘Curiouser & Curiouser’ telling of strange and intriguing sights encountered by Cyril on his travels around the [….]

Parkinson’s Coffee Morning

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The North West Somerset Branch of Parkinson’s UK will hold their Annual Coffee Morning from 10.00am -1pm at the Methodist Church, High Street, Yatton on Saturday, April 21, with stalls selling cakes, plants and books. Donations of items for sale are welcome.

What your clothes say about you

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Nobody wants to be judgmental. Nevertheless, it’s impossible not to make a few assumptions when it comes to what people are wearing. From trendies to hippies, mods to rockers, timeless gentlemen to classic ladies, it’s safe to say we all have a style, and as such our clothes speak volumes about the types of people [….]

Recipe – Vegetable and Halloumi Fajitas

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A vegetarian fajita filled with tasty vegetables, halloumi cheese and chipotle refried beans. A few drops of oil will be needed for cooking. Serves 4 Ingredients 1 brown onion 2 peppers 1 courgette 200 g halloumi 1 sachet Santa Maria Rio Grande Medium Fajita Seasoning Mix Santa Maria Guacamole Style Topping 1 can Santa Maria [….]

Recipe – Baked Camembert

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Enjoy one of the best-known French cheeses in a delicious way, bursting with flavour and coated in breadcrumbs. Make sure the cheese is not too ripe and freeze before cooking to ensure the centre melts when baking. Serves 4 INGREDIENTS 4 individual Camemberts or one large Camembert cut into approx 80g/3oz wedges, frozen for 1 [….]

Make Spelling Interesting

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Every month Kelly Challis, a freelance literacy specialist with 15 years experience in SEND and literacy difficulties, will be providing tips on how to help parents support their children with literacy, study skills, focus and attention and some maths. Spelling is a tough nut to crack. It can remain a difficulty when all other literacy [….]