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Summer term news update

A couple of weeks ago we were sorry to say goodbye to Lindsay as one of the organisers of Cherubs. She continued to run sessions for several months despite moving back to Blanford Forum in the New Year but now needs to concentrate on her new career in childminding. We hope to see Lindsay again from time to time when she is in the area and she has kindly offered to help with the cake stand at the Fayre. Lindsay made a great contribution to Charmouth Cherubs which included setting up this website. If anyone else would like to help run Cherubs we would very much appreciate it. It would involve running a session every 3-4 weeks (depending how many volunteers there are) and helping set up and pack away when possible in between. It's lots of fun thinking up activities, I particularly like the messy ones I wouldn't do at home! If you are interested please have a chat with us when you visit Cherubs or use the contact form on this site to send me an email.

Thanks to the Charmouth Traders Association we have some new equipment, especially for babies. There is a lovely mix of ages from a few months up to pre-school. This will be the last term at Cherubs for those older ones, Freya and Scott start school in September. Due to the logistics of school drop offs, playgroup pick-ups...etc Kathryn and I have decided that while keeping the finish time of 11.30am we will need to go back to the later start time of 10am to allow time to set up from September. Although slightly shorter we will still make time for an activity, snack time and singing and you are welcome to come in earlier while we set up if that is more convenient. The hall hire rate has increased but we will not increase the price which means it will have stayed the same over two hall hire rises.

Returning to mention of the cake stand at the Fayre we would be very grateful to anyone who can make cakes or sweets for us to sell. A poster will go up nearer the time. Also, if any of the groups around Charmouth would like to come and do an activity with the children that would be lovely. The Library Service did some story reading in Autumn and the Children's Service have come a couple of times.