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When the boy wakes up, he finds a pigeon on the window ledge with a note on his leg. The letter is from Blunderplod and he begs Noah to help him. Noah Ramsbottom sets off for a magic cave, but when he arrives and tells the cave guard, Mr Littleplod, that his cousin has been captured by Peg Leg Julian, Littleplod faints. Noah Ramsbottom and the Cave Elves. Nine-year-old Noah Ramsbottom never could have imagined that anything exciting would happen to him. He was just a lonely boy living in a remote farmhouse in England with his Grandad Fred, an explorer. When Fred goes missing one day, Noah sets out to find him and soon discovers a magical world with its share of both wonders and dangers.
He travels to Victoria Cave, an enchanted cavern full of magical doors that his grandfather has told him about. While there, Noah meets Mr. Littleplod, the cave guard, who tells Noah that his grandfather has been taken prisoner by the Furglegurgles, vile creatures who smell of old socks. Determined to find the truth, Noah faces exciting and fantastic adventures on his quest through the doors of magical possibility. Robert Bullock is a full-time writer living in the Yorkshire Dales. He visits schools, libraries, and community groups presenting workshops for children from pre-school age to teenagers.
I read four novels during two weeks. Time when I might have been scrolling through social media I spent reading instead. I lost myself in some really great books. Sometimes you really need a phone. I admit to using it for the maps feature, the weather forecast and to check out a couple of opening times. It would have been silly to deprive myself of that. I used my nice camera. I use my Apple watch or phone to check the time so without either I really had no clue. I played a lot of Uno and rummy with the kids.
We always try to play a lot of games on holiday but I know there were times when we were chilling by the lake or in a cafe when I might have been tempted to look at social media. Instead I got thrashed on the ongoing card game tally and enjoyed every second of it. I have some really great social media friends. It just made me realise how many great connections I have with people and that although they are sometimes purely online friends they are an important part of my life.
I was more able to relax and concentrate. I actually did a difficult jigsaw puzzle over the course of a few evenings in our mountain retreat. This is something I would never ever contemplate doing in my non-holiday life. I would see it as time wasted. It was so relaxing and therapeutic. My brain space was freed up. Being able to empty my head from the constant noise of social media and emails just gave me time to think.
I had some great ideas for blogs, thoughts about my house, career and life in general. I want to make changes going forward. This was only a two-week detox but it was enough to show me that although I love social media and the opportunities, friendship and fun it has given me, I need to be careful.
Without realising it, I am giving it a lot of my time, energy and brain power. I decide when I look and those who need to con tact me urgently will pho ne me Check emails at set tim es in a day Read a book, not my soc ial media feeds, before I sleep Put my phone in anothe r room rather than in my back pocket where it usually lives Have one tab at a time open on my computer so I can focus better on the task I am doing Avoid mindless scrolling. Time vanishes. Decide how many minutes I can inv est in reading social me dia at that point in time and stick to it Define my work space.
When I leave that area I stop working. Psycho logically I think that will help me to switch off and relax. Are you too dependent on tech? Do you need to reduce your screen time? Good luck! It now has in excess of members. It is an inclusive , friendly and supportive group based in the Lancaster area with a strong ethos of riding together and never leaving anyone behind. We welcoming all female cyclists from Lancaster, the surrounding areas and those visiting the area.
Members range from complete beginners through to confident cyclists who compete in Sporting events. Club rides are mostly run on a Sunday from the Millennium Bridge in Lancaster, occasionally in the daytime and in the lighter months rides also run in the evening. The group is run by four admins : Jacquie Jarrard, Theresa Russell and Kelly Seward, who take it in turns to lead rides that range from beginners, intermediate through to challenging. Ensuring all members needs are catered for.
Many members of the the group are also British Cycling Breeze Leaders www. In dark, cool sheds magic happens. In little more than the dim light of candles, the most succulent fruits grow — early, forced rhubarb. Connoisseur of this delicacy, Rob Bullock discovers more. The rhubarb triangle In a nine-square-mile area between Wakefield, Morley and Rothwell in West Yorkshire a few miles south of our area is grown something special, delicate sweet stems of forced rhubarb.
Towards the end of winter, the pretty fuchsia-pink forced rhubarb, which has been long prized for its subtle flavour and sweetness, is picked by hand, by candlelight, so that the delicate stems are not turned green and hard by photosynthesis before being sent all around the world. Although it is forced inside, it is a plant that likes a cold climate.
Rhubarb grows best on hills, so most of the barns have to be high up to allow the plants to enjoy the freezing cold - the rhubarb tubers are only activated when it gets really cold. For growers, climate change is a worry though. The rhubarb produced in this way is much more delicate in flavour than its cousins that are grown outside, and far less fibrous in texture than field grown rhubarb.
Because of this, the sweet and delicious stalks are sought after by dessert chefs at the best restaurants. Yorkshire climate The cold, damp climate of West Yorkshire seems to appeal to the plant which originally hails from Siberia. Before that, they are allowed to mature in fields before they are brought inside for forcing. Tenderness because.
Rhubarb is not a fruit at all but technically a vegetable, rhubarb is eaten as a fruit, cooked mainly in desserts such as pies, puddings and crumbles. In the late 19th century the vegetable was at the height of its popularity with forced rhubarb being sent daily to the London markets of Spitalfields and Covent Garden as well as being exported across the channel to France. Up until the s, there was even a special overnight express train that whisked rhubarb from Ardsley station to awaiting locations during the forced rhubarb season, which lasted from January until just after Easter.
Rhubarb was one of the few options available during rationing throughout the war. But the popularity of the vegetable started a decline in post war years as the British public was exposed to more exotic alternatives that were shipped from abroad. The rhubarb business slowed towards the end of the twentieth century but has recently enjoyed a revival especially since gaining protected status in , putting it in the same category as Parma ham or feta cheese.
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Cream together the coconut oil and g of caster sugar with an electric mixer. Add the ground almonds and almond extract and mix well. Place the remaining 75g of caster sugar, plum jam and 2 tablespoons of water into a saucepan. Bring to the boil, reduce to a simmer and add the rhubarb and plums. Cover and simmer for mins until the fruit is soft but still holding shape. Sift the flour, baking powder and salt into the bowl. Mix well adding the almond milk bit by bit.
Remove the fruit and set aside to cool. Bring the syrup to the boil and reduce for minutes then set to one side to cool. To decorate the cake, spoon over the almond yoghurt, top with the fruit and pour over the syrup. Decorate with the toasted almonds and serve immediately. All our meals are made fresh before we deliver, nothing frozen. Once delivered you can keep them in the fridge for 3 days. Boil a large pan of water and blanch the cauliflower for 2 minutes. Remove the cauliflower with a slotted spoon and place to one side, keeping the water in the pan.
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We sell beautiful prom gowns in a range of colours, sizes and styles, and our staff are on-hand to help you find the perfect dress and be the belle of the ball. We invite you to browse the exclusive collections at Renes Fashion. Penny Street Collectables opened 18 months ago and is going from strength to strength. Lots of the pieces Owner Jess has established Penny screen-printed lampshades, cushions, on display can evoke happy memories Street Collectables as a destination FONT and ceramics.
It is evident Jess has come jewellery. There are also small pieces family business trading antiques in from a design background by the way of furniture which are distressed and Dorset. This is her first solo venture the collections are put together and the painted in the brilliant Annie Sloan and is delighted to bring her skills clever mix of old and new complement chalk paint and a range of art deco and expertise to Lancaster.
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Make it special Following the tour experience one of England's most beloved rituals and indulge in an Afternoon Tea in the Mayor's official parlour. Seen by many as the month when summer starts to whisper its intentions to warm our beautiful district, May is the month of blossom, sunshine and long, light evenings. For this and many other reasons, May Day is celebrated by many countries and cultures, but few have heard of the peculiarity that is May Gosling.
Features Writer Rob Bullock investigates…. In fact, as children, we always looked forward to both with equal excitement. This was particularly poignant during the cold war, with communist bloc countries holding massive military parades to highlight their prowess to the west. Even today, this event is widely celebrated in Russia, China and North Korea, and often with military parades of hardware and goose-stepping troops. She was the mother of Mercury, the messenger god, and sacrifices were offered to him on the first day of the month we know as May.
This is a traditional northern celebration as folk would decorate their horses, cattle and houses with sprigs of rowan tree leaves. The purpose of this was to prevent witches, fairies and other evil spirits from harming the house, the people and their livestock. May Day Aside from in ancient Rome, the beginning of May has been a cause for celebration in lots of countries and cultures, not least our own, with many different events and ceremonies happening across the British Isles.
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From maypole dancing to lie-telling contests, not to mention dock pudding oatmeal, onion and nettles wrapped in Bistort leaves! In addition to decorating their animals and homes people would also wear garlands of rowan themselves, garlands featuring the red berries were particularly popular for this as they were thought to have extra powers of protection. The deluded were called May-goslings. Located at 57 King Street, they are handily within walking distance of public transport and a good-sized car park.
When Melanie mentioned to her knit and natter group back in October that she fancied opening a wool shop, her mates all thought she was talking cobblers. These guys did not know how determined the transplanted New Yorker was. When she opened her shop doors, barely four months later, they were all pleasantly surprised. Knitting and crochet are both known stress relievers and can also be used for charitable endeavours including preemie octopuses, hospice blankets and twiddle muffs for dementia.
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Tis the season for events! Which season I hear you ask? All of them! The Lancaster calendar of events for looks set to be the best one yet, with so much to see and do for all. We will also see the much-anticipated return of Lancaster Music Festivalone of the most popular annual events in the city, with 75, festival-goers expected over the four days.
So if you like chocolate, raffles and family-fun, this is the event for you! This year Dino-Day takes place on Friday 31st May in the city centre, the third time that these fantastic beasts have descended on the city centre, and each year, the number of dinosaurs has grown eno-ROAR-mously. Dino-Day is set to be THE diary date for those of you with 5 year olds. The third annual Lancaster Pride will take place on Saturday 22nd June, celebrating diversity in Lancaster and featuring a march around the city centre, followed by a selection of great acts taking to the stage in Dalton Square.
Autumn welcomes the return of Lancaster Festa Italia on Sunday 8th September for a whole host of Italian themed fun, food, drink and entertainment for the entire family. Lancaster city centre will see its streets. Lancaster Festa Italia is closely followed by the annual Lancaster Jazz Festival, which takes place from 11th — 15th September, featuring unforgettable performances from intimate jazz vocals in the historic Sun Square to beautiful solo performances in the mighty Ashton Hall. Lancaster Music Festival makes a very welcome return to the city in October, after a year out in This hugely popular event will entertain audiences with performances at more than 40 venues throughout Lancaster city centre- with most events being FREE!
Lancaster Music Festival takes place from 10th — 14th October. November will be the month to wrap up warm and enjoy the delights of the two day Light Up Lancaster Festival which takes place on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd November. This two day festival features beautiful light based art installations around the city centre and culminates in a spectacular fireworks display on Saturday evening. But this article is only a highlights guide to Lancaster.
Not to mention the events which take place through the year at The Storey, Lancaster Priory, Lancaster Castle and other locations. The programme of events for Lancaster is available online at www. Correct at the time of publication. Lancaster BID does not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions. We are a centre of excellence and aim to make your skydiving dreams come true.
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This means we have attained the highest level at every inspection since the Coffee Shop opened in The Coffee Shop at Halton Community Centre has become the village meeting point with people of all ages - from pre-school to the more mature, from passersby to regular Centre users, cyclists, dog walkers, people using the great outdoor play areas, the skate park and the sports field, all enjoying the informal environment. An increasingly wide range of snacks, homemade cakes, ice creams and drinks are available, served by enthusiastic and friendly volunteers.
Profits from the Coffee Shop help support events and activities at the centre. The Coffee Shop is open from 2pm to 5. We open longer during the summer holidays from 10 am. Look out for announcements on the Centre website and in the newsletter for more information. All these groups meet in the foyer and using the Coffee Shop helps to support the Centre. Our Coffee Shop is run to a high standard by our warm and welcoming weekend supervisors, who also offer many hours of volunteer time alongside our young volunteers, and during the week by volunteers.
At the last unannounced food hygiene. Parents and carers often pop in while they are waiting to collect their children from after-school club or dancing classes. Many visitors bring their children or grandchildren to have fun in the play areas at the weekend and then take advantage of the Coffee Shop for a freshly made sandwich or a toastie, or the delicious cakes, snacks and drinks. You can be sure of a warm welcome in the Coffee Shop whatever the weather. When you bring your own reusable cup to buy a takeaway hot drink at the Coffee Shop, we give you 10p off the price of your drink. For ramblers or cyclists taking the air beside the River Lune, the Coffee Shop is only a few minutes away, across the bridge from the Lancaster to Caton cycle path.
The Centre is a bike-friendly venue as cited by Cycling UK and as a. The field is popular with dog walkers too. Dogs are not allowed inside the Centre but are welcome on the decking and in the picnic area where there are water bowls for your thirsty dogs. Sallie was new to the village and about four years ago found that becoming a volunteer for the Coffee Shop was advantageous, an excellent way to get to know people.
At first, she joined the Knitter Natter group and stayed on to run the coffee shop until closing time. Later she became one of the weekend supervisors. Sallie said she supports the centre as it does such a good job. She likes the mix of people, a mix of generations, not only local people but from further away.
Janet, was also a newcomer and decided to get involved and meet people. She adds that there is no pressure to help regularly,. It would be great to welcome some new friends to be part of our happy team. Susan has served in the Coffee Shop since its early days when it opened in Perhaps you know someone who might be interested, please let them know. Young volunteers age years work alongside a responsible adult to help run the Coffee Shop and provide a friendly atmosphere for our customers.
Hours are flexible with an average of hours per week. We will have places available for students on Saturday and Sunday and during the school holidays at Easter and in the summer. Some of our Duke of Edinburgh Award volunteers have used this experience to enhance their CVs which has helped them to secure paid work elsewhere. We are also looking for volunteers for the Coffee Shop in the week on a casual or regular basis.
Sometimes the regular volunteer is unable to come, and it would be great to have another person able to cover.
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Offers of help will be greatly appreciated. Adult volunteers may work on their own for short periods but generally work with the support of the Centre Manager Monday to Friday or with a Weekend Supervisor. There are paid Supervisors in the Coffee Shop at the busiest times weekends and school holidays. We introduce all volunteers to our Coffee Shop in a friendly and informal way.
If you like to join our team whether for a few hours a week, or once a fortnight, or even once a month? It all helps a great deal. Call in at The Centre, or phone or email coffeeshop haltoncentre. Leyland Brass Band, in a marquee in the grounds of Country Harvest. Ample FREE parking www. Country Harvest has opened the latest addition to its shopping experience with an Outdoor Living Cabin full of waterproof jackets for men and women, walking boots and shoes, fleeces, socks, rucksacks and walking accessories. The Cabin also stocks garden furniture and pet accessories.
CCountry Harvest is an award winning food hall, gift shop and cafe situated on the A65, just outside Ingleton in North Yorkshire. Our fabulous Outdoor Living Cabin is full of Regatta jackets, walking boots, shoes and other clothing all at great prices. It also stocks wooden garden furniture and other outdoor accessories.
We sell bread made fresh at our bakery every morning, cheeses from Cumbria, Lancashire and Yorkshire, charcuterie, chutneys, jams and a range of other interesting foods to tempt you. Our coffee shop is one of the best viewing points in the area of the impressive summit of Ingleborough You will find greeting cards for every occasion and all ages at Country Harvest, and a card to suit all ages. In the Gift Hall we also stock a variety of gift ideas including scented candles, photo frames, toiletries and beautiful china and kitchen textiles from Lancashire-based Mosney Mill.
More details on www. Reading is as important for babies and young children as for older children and can lay solid foundations for later life. Feature Writer and author of seven books for children, Rob Bullock, finds out more. Reading, sharing stories, talking and even singing every day to your child can help their development in many ways. Reading and sharing stories can help your child to get to know sounds, discover words and language, and to develop important early literacy skills.
As they get older children can discover a world of adventure that can stimulate their imaginations. Studies show that children who are read to regularly, achieve better results at school and gain a solid platform for securing a fulfilling career. What difference can parents make? Parents who read to their children can make a massive difference! Reading to your baby from birth, even for just a few minutes a day, gives them the comfort of hearing your voice and increases their exposure to language. Building vocabulary and understanding Listening is just as important as actual reading.
When they hear stories, children are exposed to a wide range of words. This helps them build their own vocabulary and improve their understanding as they listen.
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This is vital as they start to read on their own. Words and pictures The association between images and words is a good way of getting your child interested in reading. Most children are interested in dinosaurs and some can even spell complicated names like Diplodocus before their own names.
Although not originally intended for very young children, my book, Noah Ramsbottom and the Cave Elves is always popular, not because of the entire story but because Noah visits a dinosaur world. Keeping them interested As children start to learn to read at school and get older, you can still make a big difference, you can keep them interested in books by reading yourself, regularly taking them to the library, encouraging them to join school book clubs, having books in the house and even by attending author events at your local library or book shop.
Try finding out what interests your child, help them to find books that will be engaging and fun, and spend time reading together the books they bring home from school. Even a small amount of support can make the world of difference! Spending quality time sharing and enjoying a book with their child regularly is pure gold dust. It is a key factor in nurturing the development of their emotional literacy.
They explore the world through stories and learn empathy, resilience, acceptance, love and respect to name a few. And the stories themselves, of course.
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I particularly recall her reading L. I have no doubt that my love of reading and storytelling during the rest of my childhood and throughout my adult life - was established in those early years of being read to. When I first started teaching I used to let each child read a section of the book we were studying. It gave reading practice but was sometimes painful to hear and not very stimulating for those listening. After that, I always read to the class myself because this was more likely to grab their attention.
I also realised that some books work well when read aloud while others despite a lot of literary merit do not. I had to substitute my Lancashire accent for a Yorkshire one but it kept the kids awake and weekend arrived more swiftly! Illustrated by Kristen M Bullock. Head lice are sneaky, quick-footed, and can be difficult to spot. They're very small whitish or grey-brown insects that range from the size of a pinhead to the size of a sesame seed. These nit combs emit a small electrical current to kill head lice.
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Registered Charity No. Today Lancaster and District Heritage Group are a growing group of more than 40 active members with a large following through our social media platform and web site. In September LDHG took their first steps into investigative archaeology when they planned and carried out a six-day excavation on Quay Meadow, an area of public land behind Lancaster Maritime Museum.
We were supported by several other organisations. The Quay Meadow excavation was said at the time to have been one of the most important excavations in Lancaster the last 50 years and produced small finds and the remains of two substantial Roman buildings and a section of Roman road. The site revealed medieval and later buildings over Roman period archaeology, and the project provided a wide range of field skills enhancement for the Group members. Plans are being made to carry out further work.
The opportunity to take part in the dig was extended to members of the wider community, and this chance was taken up by 14 people including some from Barrow and Liverpool. The results of the dig are now being written up in a report. Alongside archaeology, LDHG also takes part in many other activities including speaking at conferences. LDHG are also very active in heritage research, and over the past 18 months, members of the group have researched and produced four booklets covering various aspects of the influence of the Williamson family on the growth of the city.
Leighton Hall Hidden Letter Provides Links to the Past and Future You might be happy inviting friends and family round for a cuppa now and again, but opening your house to the public is a whole different cup of tea. At Leighton Hall, near Carnforth, one of the staff was cleaning in preparation for the season opening, and found an old newspaper cutting from the Morecambe Visitor, dated July 16th It revealed the dire straits many country houses found themselves in after the war, and the hard decisions that had to be made.
A new option for owners of stately homes was to open to the public, charging a few shillings towards maintenance and upkeep. Throughout the s, the number of historic houses being pulled down averaged at two per week. Leighton Hall from his father in Having worked hard to maintain the hall throughout his life, his last thoughts were concerns for its future. Estate taxes and duties have barely changed in the last sixty years, and maintaining a historic house is still a struggle.
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