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Quiz Night at the Shakey

Noel Cazley, City Warden

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Nail Art Cover: ‘Braunstone Hall ’ Got a digital camera? Then you could be an Alert photographer. Just send us your photos and we’ll print our favourites. We might even put your work on our front page - instant fame!

NMB Report


he latest meeting of Braunstone Neighbourhood Management Board (NMB) discussed the following; Braunstone Avenue Speeding Problems - LCC have committed to installing warning signs. Gooding Avenue CCTV Cllr. Cooke said that the trees blocking the camera will be dealt with in the next financial year. The camera may have additional technology that will allow number plate recognition. Bendbow Rise School Site - The site will contain 21 housing units. Work commenced on 4th January and should be completed within 28 weeks. Six Streets - There will be changes to the bulk rubbish collection services for LHA properties in the Six Streets area. Details to follow when available. One resident asked for these details to be sent out to all LHA residents. Residents have expressed concerns about the poor state of the Pocket Park. LHA's Jessica Ferguson said she will investigate the matter. Hockley Farm Surgery - Dr Nana said changes will be made in financial management of all practices. He expects more unified budgeting among all the practices. Other changes will lead to more patient involvement with the practices. Council Budgets - Cllr. Cooke outlined the proposed Council Budget cuts. They will include cuts to Children’s Services, Regeneration and Transport. He urged people to comment on the budget via the consultation on Leicester City Council’s website. New Activities on Braunstone Park - A training course will be available, which will give people the opportunity to learn how to use the Fun in the Box equipment. The course will take place in the Lodge on Braunstone Park. Neighbourhood Action Plan - As part of the action plan aimed at young people, Streetvibe has been commissioned to provide detached outreach youth services in Braunstone.

Welcome to Noel


oel Cazley, pictured in the Gallery, is the new City Warden for Braunstone & Rowley Fields. He will be working with residents and services to tackle problems around the environment, litter and making Braunstone cleaner. He will be involved in estate inspections, Clean Up Braunstone events and similar activities. Welcome and good luck to Noel.

Residents’ Network


our residents’ network is the eyes and ears of Braunstone. We chat with friends and neighbours where ever we meet and talk about what should be changed, repaired or provided for us in Braunstone. You can tell us your ideas and we tell the people who run the services. We are involved in lots of activities in the area. Recently we helped in getting some young trees planted along Braunstone Avenue, a beautiful sight when they are in leaf. We have conducted a survey of traffic turning out of Gooding Avenue on to Hinckley Road. We also have plans to support our carnival, bonfire and other events. We think they are fantastic and for everyone's enjoyment. With your help we can keep them going. Already in the pipeline we have quiz nights at the Shakespeare Inn, textile collection so we can sell the material and a Holistic Therapy Day to have your bumps felt and aura read! We are open to more ideas and help with our plans - come and join us. Resident Geoff Stagg told us, “I am concerned about litter and recycling, so I wandered along to a residents meeting to see if I could be of any help. Well, that was three years ago and I am still with the Residents’ Network. I love it.” Geoff is now chairman of the Neighbourhood Management Board, working with local services to improve things in Braunstone. You can join us - an hour or two can make such a difference to you and your neighbourhood. Contact us through the Neighbourhood Support Base, 45 Wellinger Way.

Get Snapping! “What Braunstone Means to Me” is the theme of a photographic competition coming your way. Jill Willis of the Leicester & Leicestershire Photographic Society wrote, “The competition is for any Braunstone resident. The age groups are under 11, 11-16 and over 16; with prizes for each age category. Just send us a photograph showing what Braunstone means to you, by Friday 6th May. To enter the competition just follow these steps; Ÿ Take your photograph Ÿ Make a 6 x 4 inch print Ÿ On the back write your name, age, address and phone number (felt tip is best) Ÿ Take your photo to BRITE Centre Customer Services or Neighbourhood Support Base, 45 Wellinger Way The Society’s annual exhibition will be in Braunstone this year and will run from Friday June 3rd to Sunday June 5th at the BRITE Centre. You will be able to see the work of Braunstone photographers as well as old and new photo images of Leicester. We will have more news in the next Alert. Jill Willis 0116 289 1581

Your Own A-Team!


e asked for volunteers to join the Alert Team and had a good response. The volunteers tell the story better… “Well, here we are, six keen Braunstone lasses, training to help produce the Braunstone Alert. There’s lots to learn; how to listen (not easy) and how to get a feel for a story. We take many notes, (that we sometimes can’t read back) and are helping each other to arrive at some interesting conclusions.” “We have lots of laughs together and use our different skills to make up a whole picture. We are learning to use notes and photographs to create interesting stories about Braunstone. We want to help others to have a bright, fun look at local life and the Alert is just the way to do it!” “The Alert is all about people you know, your community, kindnesses , Linda, Lizzie, Lucie, Joy and Eileen and achievements and services available to you. It’s all told in words Antonia and pictures. We are learning how to type up stories, add colour, photos and clip art for you to read and enjoy… and some of us don’t even know how to use a computer yet!” “The Alert is about the good things that happen here and our pride in our close knit, friendly community. We all agree that it inspires us. We hope that with our involvement it will be easier to produce the Alert and that people will read it, enjoy it and talk about it everywhere.” Paddy said, “The course is great fun, with a lot to learn and plenty of hard work. The team has risen to the challenge. Everyone is full of enthusiasm and energy. They really are the A-Team and they love it when a plan comes together!” Anne Short, said “It’s great having this opportunity to train local residents on how the Alert is done from start to finish and from their article above we feel that we have got real talent joining us. Our thanks to Leicester Adult Skills and Learning Service (LASALS)for funding the course.”

Viva Volunteering

Volunteers on Course

laire MacKay loves volunteering at Braunstone Surestart. We visited her at work, where she told us, “I’m supporting a group of women from the travelling community, who have been on courses here.” She introduced us to Sinead, Seline and Chantelle, young women who live on the Meynells Gorse site. Claire said, “We’ve had lots of different trainers providing a range of courses. The women have already done short courses in cooking and art. Now they are doing nail art.” Trainer, Jen Bickerton said, “These courses are called ‘She Styles’. They help the women express their creative side.” Sinead, Seline and Chantelle were busy painting beautiful decorations on false nails. Chantelle said “The best thing is the ladies here, they’re friendly and very nice… you feel welcome. I like the nails best and I’d do a beauty course if there was one.” Sinead’s and Seline’s faces lit up when Claire mentioned the chocolate cake they made in one cooking session. Claire hopes they can find funding for similar courses later in the year. She added “More people should volunteer. I think its the best thing ever. It helps other people but its good for me too. I’ve got NVQ training, I feel useful and my son gets the benefit from the centre. It’s good for everybody!”

urestart has many volunteers helping provide services to local children and their families. Recently, twelve new volunteers started on a course to build their skills. The course covers Braunstone, Rowley Fields and West End. Subjects are Confidentiality, Health and Safety, Equal Opportunities and Safeguarding. Cherie Lewin said, “It’s a great opportunity for people to learn new skills and get work experience that can help with jobs opportunities in future. I started as a volunteer and now have a job as Business Support Officer.” Rachel Howard is Supporting Families Manager. She told us, “I’m really passionate about volunteering. It’s how I started work.” Programme manager, Kim Harris said that everyone does the same training. She added, “They learn together, challenge themselves and each other. They learn about our range of services, and decide where they want to put their skills into practice. They have three months in any situation, then they change so they can try new things and find out what is best for them. We don’t want to limit their experience or ambitions. Later there will be opportunities for accredited training.”



Sharon Shines

Sweet Charity


e are happy to announce that b-inspired has now become a charity. Does that mean more money in the pot for Braunstone? We asked Angie Wright to tell us more. Angie said, “BCA has changed to The Braunstone Foundation and intends to carry on helping to improve Braunstone. The Foundation is made up of local residents, a ward councillor and a representative from LHA-ASRA, formerly Leicester Housing Association”. “We still provide support for finding jobs, increasing opportunities for sport and activity… and of course, our community support work. Another good change is that the Braunstone Foundation with the help of volunteers can be involved in street collections and fund raising events. It can be hard work finding funds for things like Bonfire Night, Carnival and community clean-ups, so the more people involved, the better.” Angie added “We have lots of ideas for new ways we can raise funds for the community and put on events that residents can enjoy while doing their bit.” “The Foundation has also set up a Neighbourhood Action Fund. This does exactly what it says on the tin and will fund action for positive change in Braunstone. In a nutshell, it means that becoming a charity allows us to carrying on fighting the good fight so that Braunstone can continue to blossom.” The Braunstone Foundation trades as b-inspired.


id you know there’s a free bus service for older or less mobile Braunstone residents? One Thursday a month the Omnibus takes them to the library, so they can pick up books. An hour later it drops them back home. But in that hour something special happens, thanks to librarian, Sharon. Sharon has organised a regular friendship morning for the group. She said “On those Thursdays I make cakes and get the kettle on for tea and coffee. I could just let them pick their books and wait for the bus, but I love seeing the smiles on their faces. We have a friendly gossip and we all love a good banter and a laugh. Some of these library bus users are housebound and only get out once a month. Sharon said “These are our people and I just want to make things nice for them.” Sharon has another simple but effective way of helping older residents. “Someone told me they were confused by their new mobile phone, so I showed them how to use it. That’s become a one-to-one training session. Last September the Link magazine advertised the session for Older People’s month and people came from all over Leicestershire to learn how to use their mobiles. The offer is still open!” Another librarian is following the example. Sharon said “Alison heard of a woman who was injured and couldn’t get to the library. She asked what the woman wanted to read, and delivered the book on her way to work. If one of our regulars doesn’t turn up, we ring to see if they’re ok. These things make people appreciate the library. Some of the library group told us they love the company and seeing new faces on their visits, adding that Sharon was “…brilliant, kind and helpful!” the lting consu of years after ents ovem impr Park Car So Sharon has worked to create a welcoming and fun community, especially around Woodshawe Rise, we now environment. Did we say that she provides the cakes and have a design and an estimate for the work. The bad news refreshments at her own expense? Well done Sharon! is that we need £40,000 on top of what we’ve got! If you want to make a donation to help us turn our unsightly car park into a pleasant local amenity, then please drop e hear that plans for the future of Braunstone Hall into the church or ring the vicar are moving forward. Leicester City Council plans an Getting ready for Easter - Easter is late this year (24th injection of cash towards restoring the building from its April) and so is the beginning of Lent. Our website has present rundown state. This cash will come from the sale details of our Lent and Easter services. of some vacant land near Hinckley Road. Chris Florance has a new job - as a church-based and m ngha Birmi en betwe well, Sand in r worke unity comm Cllr. Michael Cooke told us, “The tender process closed Wolverhampton. We wish him well…and yes, we miss him! in late December. We have received two bids for the Hall, Chris Burch (vicar) 0116 289 3377 and have asked the bidders for plans and budgets by the end of May for assessment. We rejected two bids for the land, because they were a long way off the valuation. However there have since been four more approaches to buy. So, overall there is progress!” big Well Done to our Ali who has joined a support group to help her stop smoking. We’re all behind you, mate! Cllr. Cooke will keep us up to date with news about the Hall and we will keep you informed of developments.

St Peter’s Notes

Hall Update


Go For It, Ali!


Alan Sansome can teach you acoustic, electric, slide & bass guitar styles. “I have pupils between nine years old and 45 years young, affirming that you're never too old to learn!” Alan is a guitarist with a calm, relaxed and confident manner, who specialises in working with beginners. “As well as giving private tuition I teach at two primary schools and I am looking forward to teaching in other local schools, colleges and youth centres.” A member of the Registry of Guitar Tutors, Alan has enhanced CRB clearance and is qualified to teach adults. He can provide excellent references. “Whether teaching one-toone or with a group I strive to combine learning with fun, enjoyment and patience!” “I have a small number of guitars available for tuition purposes but can advise and supply you with new instruments as required. I will also carry out minor repairs for students. Contact me for more information or to arrange a free demonstration.”

1ST EVENT MEDICAL Ltd. We are a local private ambulance company that provides medical cover for events, patient transport and transfers to hospitals. OUR SERVICE Ÿ Transport for High Dependency Unit/Critical Care Ÿ Accident & Emergency, Emergency Decision Unit Ÿ Public and private patient transport Ÿ Motor sport events – motorcross, road racing Ÿ Equestrian events – show jumping, cross country Ÿ Public events – firework displays, travelling fairs TRANSPORT- We have fully equipped ambulances with standard stretchers. OUR TEAM - Our experienced team members have all worked for the NHS trust and private ambulance companies. All have CRB checks, comply with the Data Protection Act and Patient Confidentiality. Our standards meet with CQC practice requirements. We can provide a doctor (subject to availability), a nurse, an emergency medical technician and first aid staff. Our team receives regular accredited training to update their treatment skills in patient care, first aid, manual handling and infection control. Whatever your event, our friendly team provides medical backup to help make it run smoothly and offers a high standard of care to our clients.

Julie or Allan 07591 324 711

Green & Clean A cleaner, greener Braunstone is only a phone call away. Here are some useful numbers for you to keep. Report Dog Fouling 0116 252 7002 Report Fly Tipping 0116 252 7001 0116 225 3839 Report Graffiti or contact the BRITE Centre Customer Desk We’ve had several enquiries about how to arrange removal of large items, like mattresses and wardrobes. We checked the city council web site and found that you can have; Ÿone free collection of up to five items of bulky material every two months Ÿone free collection of up to 15 items of garden waste every two months All you have to do is contact

Bulk Collections 0116 252 7002

NHS Leicester City




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Important Changes to waste collections over Easter This Easter, if your normal collection day is a Friday, your refuse and recycling will not be collected on Good Friday 22nd April 2011. Instead, waste will be collected on the following Friday 29th April 2011. We will also take extra bags of waste and recycling which are left beside your bin. Bridge Road and Islington Street (Freemans Common) Community Recycling Centres will be open as normal. For more information about the changes to your collections or any other waste and recycling queries please visit or call the Waste Management line on 0116 252 7002. We apologise for any inconvenience these changes may cause.


Housing News


e had a housing update from the Guthridge Crescent team. “We identified eight 3-bed properties for conversion into 2-beds with upstairs bathrooms. Two conversions are already finished and we will tackle the others as they become void. This programme is helping us fill the demand for 2 -bed properties on North Braunstone. Once completed the properties will have better bathroom facilities and we are able to make the old downstairs facilities more useful to the tenants.” “As we said last time, we have five Estate Management Officers (EMOs). Now they have had time to settle in, they are organising their estate inspections. Each of your EMOs is responsible for a ‘patch’ within Braunstone and they have divided their patches into six zones. They will inspect one of these zones every month. This means they will cover the whole estate every six months. They will be more focused than the previous patch-walk system and the EMOs will spend more time out and about on the estate. We will soon publish details of the inspection so you know when the EMOs will be in your area.” “We are pleased to say that we have restarted the ‘Looking Out For You’ programme. This involves our staff visiting older tenants and making sure that we are aware of their needs and giving any support we can. It is also a chance for us to update our records by collecting information at a friendly home visit. B-connected, Neighbourhood Support staff are working with us on ‘Looking Out For You’ visits.” “More good news is that the underpasses will receive a much needed face lift. The underpasses, on Gallards Hill and Bendbow Rise, have become increasingly scruffy over the years. Housing Manager, Ellen Watts, has worked with Highways, ward councillors and Neighbourhood Management to resolve the problem. She is happy to announce that funds are available to improve the underpasses. The facelift will include upgrading the lighting and fixing the walls. It will help make the environment more attractive for Braunstone residents.”

Natalie’s Back HA’s Natalie Robertson was a familiar face on North Braunstone some years ago. Now she’s back, and wrote I to us, “I am really glad to be working in Braunstone again. in ct had the pleasure of working on the Six Streets Proje 2004/05 and very much enjoyed getting to know some of you. I am now one of the Service Delivery Managers for LHA-ASRA, managing two front-line teams, one of which covers Braunstone. The teams include housing officers, area surveyors, income officers, caretakers and administrators. A few weeks ago the local team was out door-knocking on the Six Streets, asking our tenants what we could do to improve our services and the estate. Thank you to everyone who took part and helped us to develop our local action plan. The key areas we will be working on over the next year are: Ÿ improving our communication with our tenants Ÿ improving our repairs service Ÿ building our relationships with partner agencies Ÿ community consultation about the Webster Road play area Our Housing Officer for Braunstone is Jessica Ferguson, who r is spending time each week on the estate. The Income Office all for pays is Jemma Ritchie who ensures that the rent which of our services is received. Jemma also supports tenants with financial matters. We look forward to getting more involved in the community again over the coming months.”


COUNCILLORS’ INFO Phone: 0116 291 4993 Fax: 0116 229 8850 Email: Phone: 07890 564 696 Fax: 0116 229 8850 Email: Phone: 07890 564 709 Fax: 0116 229 8850 Email: Wednesday 16th March 10.00 - 11.00 am Wednesday 6th April 6.00 - 7.00 pm Wednesday 20th April 6.00 - 7.00 pm

Please Call!


id you know that not attending a doctor’s appointment can affect other people’s health? Lorraine Baker contacted us from the Hockley Farm Practice. She said, “We have a Patient Participation Group that meets to discuss how to improve our service. The group is concerned about the number of patients making appointments but not attending. We call these DNAs. In November and December we had 219 doctors appointments and 346 nurses appointments missed. That was 135 hours of staff time that could have been spent on other patients.” Some patients who were unable to get an appointment travelled to the Leicester Royal Infirmary and waited to see a doctor. This is obviously inconvenient and avoidable. We could have had medical staff available if people just phoned to cancel and let us allocate the time to other patients. So please, if you can’t attend your appointment, let us know.” Mother’s Day Special Sunday Carvery 3rd April £7.80 per person children’s meals from £3.95 Braunstone South Premier Inn Narborough Road 0116 263 9200

City Wide! Braunstone sports project is about to go city-wide. Joe Smith from b-active told us, “Sport England have given us funds for a three year programme that will focus on women in several areas across the city, including Braunstone. The idea is to help more women identify and overcome barriers to participation in sport.” We will have more news in the next edition, or contact 0116 279 5041


Sgt. Will Says


e contacted Sgt. Will Cheshire to get the latest news from the Braunstone Local Police Unit. He wrote back, “We’ve entered into a new year since my last report in the Alert. I thought it would be a good idea to look at 2010 and see how we worked and the impact on the crime figures. Last year we were very proactive, working with other agencies to improve Braunstone and tackling the concerns raised by the people of the area.” We kept up our efforts to be involved in the community; this meant attending lots of community meetings and carrying out many street consultations. We wanted to find out what the issues were and how they affected the residents and visitors to Braunstone and Rowley Fields. As a result, we identified some key problems and then created three Problem Solving Plans (PSPs) to tackle very specific issues. These were occurring at Blossom Road, Arden Terrace and Bendbow Rise. Work is still ongoing to deal with the problems in each area. You can find regular updates on the Leicestershire Constabulary website, under the Neighbourhood Policing Section, or in the Neighbourhood newsletters. However I am glad to say that the incidents in all three areas have dropped since we started the PSPs. Our team had the support of many agencies including Leicester City Housing, Riverside Housing, B-Inspired, Leicester Anti-Social Behaviour Team, various youth groups, local councillors and the Braunstone Alert team. These groups and others have worked with us in one form or another to support the people of Braunstone and Rowley Fields. To them I wish to say a big thank you for their commitment and continuing support. In relation to the crime figures, I am pleased to say that we recorded a reduction of 35.5% in crime across the Braunstone and Rowley Fields area, compared to the previous year’s figures. I hope that in 2011 we continue to see reductions in all aspects of crime. I believe that these figures reflect the hard work and dedication shown by all the parties involved. To finish, I want to wish everyone a belated happy new year and I look forward to working with all of you again throughout the rest of the year.

What’s On

In the Spotlight

Monday: 10.00 am - 11.30 am 50+ Aqua Fit, Leisure Centre 10.30 am - 12.00 pm Let’s Walk, Braunstone Park Stable Block 11.30 am - 12.30 pm Healthy Eating Group Hockley Farm Health Centre 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm Golden Years Group (Bingo!) Blessed Sacrament Church 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm Indoor Bowling Trinity Church, Hallam Crescent 6.00 pm - 9.00 pm Bingo Cort Crescent Community Centre Tuesday: 9:30 am - 12.30 pm Citizens Advice Bureau, (appointments only) Braunstone Civic Centre 10.00 am - 12.00 pm Braunstone History Group BRITE Centre - Library Braunstone Avenue Wednesday: 10.15 am Coffee and Chat at St Peters Church, Woodshawe Rise. Call Rev. Chris Burch - 0116 282 5034 1.45 pm - 3.30 pm Over 60’s Friendship Club West End Working Men’s Club 3.00 pm - 5.00 pm Friendship Club Trinity Methodist Church Hallam Crescent 3.30 pm - 6.00 pm Family Group, The Oak Centre 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm 40+ Club Oak Centre, Bendbow Rise Thursday: 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm Women of Wisdom (WOW) Group Contact Eileen on 07769 315 184 12.00 pm - 1.30 pm Lunch Club - Trinity Church Call Marilyn on 0116 289 2182 3.30 pm - 6.00 pm Family Allotment, Rancliffe Allotments Friday: 10.00 am - 12.00 pm Friday Pop-in refreshemnts, nearly new sale and bric -a -brac Blessed Sacrament Church Gooding Avenue 10.00 am - 12.00 pm Art Club - Visitors Centre The Stable Block, Braunstone Park 10.00 am - 1.00 pm Sew ‘n’ So’s Needlecraft Group The Oak Centre, Bendbow Rise 12.00 pm - 1.30 pm Bingo Cort Crescent Community Centre 6.00 pm - 9.00 pm Bingo Bonanza Cort Crescent Community Centre Last Friday of every month Saturday: 9.00 am ParkRun, Stable Block Braunstone Park (You need to register first at

Ann Regan’s family moved to Braunstone when Ann was only 18 months old. A well known Braunstone personality, Ann has been involved with many local projects and groups including Riverside Tenants, Friendship groups, the Residents’ Network, Neighbourhood Management, and is part of Click Chicks, a computer group at the Braunstone Grove. Ann has received awards for her dedication to the Braunstone community and her continuing voluntary work in the area. What’s your idea of a good night out? A Rock ‘n’ Roll night A good night in? Watching tv What animal would you be? A poodle, because they are soft and cuddly! What is your pet hate? People who expect everything for free! What is your favourite film? Gone with the Wind What do you love about Braunstone? Everything, it’s the cream of our City What words would people use to describe you? Helpful and Kind What’s the furthest you’ve ever been from home? Barbados, I’ve been there nine times What’s your ideal holiday? Barbados, the sand, sea, trees… it’s just so beautiful! What’s your most attractive quality... I am supportive and friendly ...and your least attractive? I very straight talking! Who is your best friend? My grandchildren, Cai, Casey and Cade Have you a claim to fame? I was in Bill Law’s book, have been in the Tenants Association for 12 years and wrote my life story for the WoW book If we made a movie about your life, who would play you? Barbara Windsor Do you have a wish for Braunstone? I wish more people could get work How do you want to be remembered? Once seen never forgotten!

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Dear A Big Thank you


Dear Alert, I wanted to say lots of ‘Thank you's so I thought a letter to the Alert would be the

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best way. Thank you so much to everyone who was at the Braunstone Awards night. Everyone was so nice to me and made me feel like a little star! A big thank you to Cpt. Benner of B Squadron, The Royal Yeomanry, for making a special trip just to present me with the Braunstone Community Trophy which I couldn’t believe I won. And thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who nominated me. The Braunstone community have been amazing with all their support and it has made me think about how I could maybe help other charities this year. I can’t make a difference on my own but with everyone lending a hand, who knows what’s next? Thank you again. Love from Alex Windram (age 9)



Alert On-line. If you have access to the internet then you can read all our editions of the Alert on-line. Just type the link into your web address bar to view our library of Alerts and other Braunstone focused publications that you might enjoy. Another way is to send us an email and we will re-mail the link to you. Then you can send the link to friends and family anywhere in the world, to let them know what’s going on in Braunstone.

Fresh Fruit?

Traffic Watch

New Roof for OA K

Stitch and Chat


Like ducks… …to water


What is it?

Toddler Time Every Wednesday 9.30 - 11.30 am Braunstone Library We have storytelling, toys, puppets, craft, nursery rhymes and singing for under 5s

40+ Club


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Community magazine for Braunstone, Leicester

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