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Classes every Thursday 10.15 to 11.45
WiggleWaggle is a ridiculously funky programme of Music, Dance, Drama and Fitness for children aged from birth to five and their grown-ups. It is fun; upbeat and designed to be enjoyed by the grown-ups as much as the children. Dances and songs from around the World, Active games, Group Dances, Vocal Technique and Articulation, Sign Language, Sports Skills and Creative activities - are all weaved through the sessions, for maximum learning, engagement and fun. Brightly coloured props, fantastic music, and an unrivalled programme ensures that WiggleWaggle is unlike any preschool group you have seen before. Sessions are 30 or 45 minutes and usually followed by playtime and refreshment. Give me a ring or simply turn up, would be great to see you. You do not need to come with anyone else.... We look after you, brew you a cup of tea, and make you smile.
New Designer ranges of frames have arrived. We now stock Radley, Ralph Lauren & Burberry in addition to Prada, Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Elle, Ted Baker, Lindberg & Silhouette.
Staff from Huntingdon's Solanki Optometrist ran in the 4 mile Exhibition Pub Fun Run in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. They have raised over £650 (incl gift aid).
Jill Solanki said after the run, "This is the first time we've done a race like this so we didn't know what to expect. It was a nice route, most of it was away from the road around Portholme in Godmanchester. The weather stayed cool and the promise of a BBQ at the end kept us all going. Our team all finished the course, and completion times ranged from just under half an hour to just over an hour. We are all pleased we've done it and are thrilled with the money we've raised. A big thankyou to all our friends and customers who have sponsored us."
They ran in memory of their work colleague Pet Smith who died last year from pancreatic cancer. She was a talented dispensing optician and a good friend. She started work with the company full time in Sept 2008 and became a very valued member of the team but later became ill. She died age 52 leaving behind her husband Steve and 2 teenage children.
20 gardens in Hemingford Grey will be open on Sunday 7 June to raise money for Magpas. Between 13:00 - 18:00, admission is £3 for all gardens, and cream teas and a plant stall will also be available. Please come along to view the gardens and also to support Magpas.
Magpas will be having a stand at the Huntingdon Gala on 6 June 2009, please come along and support the event and pop and see our volunteer fundraisers.
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