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THE BROWNIES PLAY CRICKET
43 girls from Sheringham 1st and 2nd Brownies with their Leaders had an introduction to the game with Sheringham Cricket club. The girls were taught techniques in catching, bowling batting and fielding which was to be completed with a four team game at the end. Unfortunately the rain got the better of the evening and the game has been postponed to one of next terms brownie meeting. The evening also has had a visit from Jenny Day sport Englands women's cricket coach, who is the ECB development officer for women's cricket.

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Jenny is encouraging girls to take up the sport which can add a lot of attributes to developing children such as concentration,co- ordination etc. The Cricket club are keen to develop a girls team to build on the small number of girls who already attend coaching and saw an evening with the Brownies as good taster session into cricket. As 'rain stopped play' the girls had an early 'tea' and finished with a sing song!
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NEW FEATURE
KIDS SAY THE FUNNIEST THINGS
Have you any funny stories about things your children have said?
Let us have them, we would love to hear from you.

During the first gulf war, my children referred to Sadam Hussain as 'SAD MAN'.

Out of the mouths of babes eh?
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CAN YOU FIND BEAKY?

Sheringham Community Paper We will be hiding Beaky in every issue, maybe more than once and at different sizes - see if you can spot him.

When you do, write and tell us what page(s) he is on and where, giving the same details as before.
Small prize for the winner.
He's in THIS issue, can you find him?

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SPOT THE SPELLIN MIST-ACHE
Every Issue - see if you can spot them all
1 per word prize if you can get all the deliberate ones.

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Okay, all you children aged 1 - 12 years, this column is for you.  Enter the competition(s) and you may win a prize.

CUT THIS
Cut the figure below to make two identical parts.

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WINNER DONATES BIG TEDDY TO NURSERY SCHOOL

279 entries were received for the free prize draw at Celebrations for the giant teddy. Frieda Cutler, grandmother of the present owner Helen performed the draw. Helen is the 5th generation shopkeeper in the family. Her Grandma and her parents and Grandparents all ran various types of business.

Toddlers at the Noahs Ark Toddler Group were in for a big surprise when a 4ft high Forever Friends bear arrived for them to play with (or rather on)!
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It has been donated to the toddler group by Eric Mutton, winner of a competition by Celebrations, Station Road. "It's the first competition like this that I've ever entered. All I had to do was fill in my details and hand it in. When I was told I had won this beautiful bear I had a real problem on my hands" explained Eric. You see I've several grandchildren, so, which one should be given this bear. I've been involved with the Baptist Church now for many years and know that the children who attend the toddler group would really love a bear like this so it seemed like the obvious choice." We returned the following week and the bear now has pride of place in the room. The children frequently sit and have a cuddle with him, or read him a book and several wee ones had to give the bear a kiss and cuddle good-bye before they went home. All together now. Ahhhhhhh!
Noah's Ark Toddler Group is on a Thursday morning from10.30 - 12.00 at the Baptist Church and costs 50p. Sheringham Community Paper
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