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RSPCA Little Valley Shelter Day & Fun Dog Show

Authored by RSPCA Little Valley Animal Shelter
Posted: Fri, 06/28/2013 - 2:17am

It's that time of year again! It's time for the annual Shelter Day and Fun Dog Show at RSPCA Little Valley Animal Shelter, based just outside Exeter past Swains Garage at Pocombe Bridge.

Sadly, due to the bad weather last year's event was postponed and eventually cancelled. Lucily, this year, the weather forecast looks great for Sunday so it's all systems go!

If you've been to Shelter Day before, you'll know what great fun it can be. If you've not then now's your time to come along and check us out and have some fun too.

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Pumpkin Tales and Creativity

Event Date: 
31/10/2012 - 2:30pm to 4:00pm
Venue: 
Cafe at 36, 36 Cowick Street, St Thomas, Exeter EX4 1AW

A half term treat with Storytelling and fun for young families with pre school and primary school age children.

Pop in for Pumpkin Tales and Creativity with with the amazing story teller Kevin Cotter of Love Local Food. He will be telling stories about pumpkins and piglets; investigating different kinds of squashes; making pumpkin and piglet puppets and scooping out seeds to make seed packets for presents!

No need to book, just drop in. Free Entry.

“Cheaper than therapy and more fun” - Forever Young

Authored by Forever Young
Posted: Sat, 10/13/2012 - 3:52pm

People don’t often talk about the downside of singing. A few years ago Chris Rowbury wrote something about it in his blog - http://blog.chrisrowbury.com/2011/04/why-singing-is-bad-for-you-and-7.html We know about the health and social benefits but, apart from Chris, few mention the problems.

Singing can become addictive — once you start it’s very hard to stop. It’s such an enjoyable activity that you will start noticing it everywhere and begin to take every opportunity you can to sing and even whistle (space limitations prevent a detailed description of the negative aspects of...

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