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What’s Inside Our Spring Issue? What to do and where to go for you and your children. Do you need a tradesman? Then take a look at our NEW ‘At Your Service’ page! Arndale Shopping Centre FREE family activities! Discount tickets to Blackpool Attractions! What’s On This Easter?

WIN £50! ENTER OUR RECIPE COMPETITION! SEE PAGE 8

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In This Issue... Spring | 2014

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A Letter From The Editor

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What’s On This Easter?

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Reader’s Recipes and Competition

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Make Your Own Easter Bunny Mask

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The Greatest Gift You Can Give Your Child

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At Your Service

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‘D’ Squadron Lancashire Hussars

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Dates For Your Diary

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Simply Great Grub!

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A Letter From T he Editor . . . Welcome to the spring edition of Let’s Go! Guide a Family magazine created just for you! We have some great things on offer. At a time when we are all tightening the purse strings we have sought out some great discounts so you can still enjoy the Spring Break. Lots for you to enjoy in our Spring Edition The Sealife Centre, Tower Circus, Tower eye, Tower Dungeons, Madame Tussauds all have great offers on for our readers once again they have given us massive 50% Off Tickets. Watch out for the Summer Edition of Let’s Go! Guide because Alton Towers will once again be offering special discounts! We have found some great places for you to visit, take a look at Greenlands Farm they have lots of dates for your diary to keep you all entertained. Check out our ‘What’s On This Easter’ page it has some great Easter Hunt trails for children and grownups alike to enjoy. This year we have the Arndale Shopping Centre Morecambe advertising with us and they are holding FREE family activities so why not grab something to eat and shop whilst you are there. A great day out all round!

decided to hold a competition for the best recipe and pictures. All you have to do is create a quick, easy to make recipe take some snapshots then email them to us competition@letsgoguide.co.uk we will pick a winner to receive £50 and we will print the winning recipe in our Summer Issue due out to the schools 15th July so get cooking! Whether you keep your copy of Let’s Go! In the car or your kitchen draw this spring, we hope it helps you enjoy some fabulous days out with the children. If you do decide to try out some of the activities or visit any of the attractions featured, please tell them that you saw them in Let’s Go! Guide. We will endeavour to provide the most up to date and accurate information but things do change! Let’s Go! Is a guide, so please check important details, opening times, advance bookings, prices and directions before you get the kids in the car! Schools, if you are not yet receiving a copy of Let’s Go Guide for your pupils and their families please let us know by emailing contact@letsgoguide.co.uk OR Freephone 0800 5425873. THERE IS NO COST TO THE SCHOOL and everyone will benefit from the discounts and editorials within Let’s Go! Guide pages.

Check out our brand new ‘At Your Service’ page we aim to create a directory of local trades in your area, to keep on hand if you need them. We are looking for trades men and women in the area who wish to be included on this page such as Plumbers, Electricians, Washing Machine Repair, Cleaners, Gardner/Landscaping, Motor Mechanics anything a family may need. It is the perfect way for a family to keep your number to hand and we will only list 2 of each service in the area meaning you will not be lost amongst lots of other businesses the same as yours so don’t delay if you want to ‘Pin Your Business Card to our Noticeboard’! email or phone us today! Win £50 in our recipe competition! Turn to page 8 to take a look at a recipe and pictures one of our readers sent in. We have

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What’s On This Easter.. ? Struggling to find things to keep the kids occupied this Easter holiday? Well here’s a selection of some fun activities that all the family can enjoy this Easter! St. Anne’s YMCA are holding their first Easter Aquatic Festival on Wednesday 11th April 2014. Children 8+ will have the opportunity to try different aquatic activities with the Team GB coaches. The team are also offering the snorkelling course with all equipment, plus PADI Skin Diver Certificate on completion. For more traditional fun, under 10’s and their families can join Harry and Chester on their Easter Egg Hunt inside Harry’s Soft Play Centre on Saturday 7th April 2014. A full programme of activities and details of swim offer times for children can be found at www.ymcayactive.org

Easter Egg Steam

at Ribble Steam Railway Chain Caul Road, Riversway Dicklands, Preston, PR2 2PD Good Friday to Easter Monday. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt in the museum - find them in our locomotives. There will also be eggs to spot down the track during the steam train ride. These eggs will provide the answers to the Easter Egg quiz for the kids. Departures 11am to 4pm every hour, on the hour.

Easter Treasure Hunt Sunday 20th April 2014

RSPB Discovery Centre Lytham St. Anne’s, FY8 1BD 01253 796292 11am-3pm Family Ticket £3

Easter Egg Hunt at Fleetwood Library

Plus some cracking craft activities! Saturday 5th April 2014 £1 per ticket Please see a member of staff to purchase your ticket.

Easter Egg Hunt at Lytham Hall

Sunday 20th April 2014 Grounds open 12.30-4.30pm Adults £1 Children 50p Easter Egg Hunt, animals and other activities for the children. Tea room will be open for light refreshments.

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Reader’s Recipes... Ingredients 225g butter, softened 110g caster sugar 275g plain flour

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Preheat oven to 1800C/Gas Mark 4. Cream the butter in a large bowl or in a food mixer until soft. Add the sugar and beat until the mixture is light and fluffy. Sift in the flour and bring the mixture together to form a dough. Using your hand, roll out the dough to about half a centimetre and using a rectangle shaped cutter, cut out your biscuits. Bake in the oven for 13-15 minutes or until they are a light, golden brown and slightly firm on top. Carefully transfer the biscuits to a wire rack to cool. Mix icing sugar and water together to form icing and add food colouring of your choice. Spread onto the biscuits. Add six smarties of the same colour and leave to set. Enjoy!

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Make Your Own Easter Bunny Mask Materials • Paper plate • Craft stick • White paper • Scissors • Tape • Glue • Red or pink pom pom • Pink and black markers • 2 black pipe cleaners Directions 1 Using scissors, cut two eye holes near the centre of a paper plate. We used luncheon size plates. 2 Cut two ears from white paper. Colour the inner part of the ear pink. Tape ears to the front (eating) side of the plate so that the coloured part shows on the outside. 3 Make the bunny’s face on the back side (non-eating) of the plate. Glue on a pom pom nose and draw a mouth. Draw teeth if desired. 4 Bend a pipe cleaner into thirds. Cut off one section. Keep the other part bent in half. Glue the bent piece on one side of the nose to make the bunny’s whiskers. Glue the smaller section in between the two bent halves. Repeat this process with the second pipe cleaner and glue the pieces on the opposite side of the nose. 5 Tape a craft stick handle to the back of the mask. 6 Once all the glue is dry you can wear your mask. Other Options • Skip cutting eye holes and glue on wiggly eyes, eyes cut from construction paper, or simply draw eyes onto your mask. • If you choose to colour your bunny, you could add teeth cut from paper, felt, or foam. • Add a bow tie made from paper or actual ribbon.

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The

greatest gift you can give your child

Carol Hargreaves talks about... Ways to help your child’s self-esteem

Self-esteem is the real magic wand that can form a child’s future. A child’s self-esteem affects every area of her existence, from friends she chooses, to how well she does academically in school, to what kind of job she gets, to even the person she chooses to marry. Stephanie Martson, The Magic of Encouragement Building a healthy sense of self-esteem in kids during childhood is key to a happy life and to greater chances of a successful life as an adult. You probably already know this. Self-esteem is the way a person evaluates his or her own competence and their own worth. It can be influenced by a person’s family, upbringing, and environment, but it isn’t inherited like blue eyes or curly hair. It’s acquired, learned, developed, nurtured, taught. Self-esteem can be built and strengthened over time, or it can be gradually eroded. Perhaps if we ourselves look back we can identify times in our own childhood when our self esteem soared or when self esteem was damaged , even creating an enduring problem for us. We may have examples in our own lives that emphasise how important encouragement and support are to a child. A child with a healthy self-esteem is more likely to be well-balanced, be happy, have friends and achieve their potential at school. They will be more able to cope with change and be more resilient when things aren’t going as well as expected. No-one has more power to build a

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kid’s self-esteem than his or her own parents. You have a huge role to play. Self-esteem is the greatest gift you can give your child because with healthy self-esteem, anything is and will be possible. You already know that in order to keep our bodies healthy we must take daily actions. Washing, eating, exercising and relaxing are all examples of essential body-care actions. Similarly, helping your child to have a healthy self-esteem also takes time and effort. It requires daily attention - it is an on-going journey, one you take together with your child, with its ups and downs, highs and lows. This is not a burden, rather it is a wonderful gift to value and cherish. Healthy self-esteem is an essential life-skill we must nurture, teach and grow in our children. So what can you do as a parent to help build this valuable resource? To easily teach a child the essential life skill of maintaining healthy self-esteem I suggest using small persistent actions. I offer you these suggestions:

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Make time to listen to your child Give them your whole attention and really listen. Specific actions, like making eye contact, kneeling down to your child’s level and even tilting your head, show your child you are listening. They also help YOU stop and really listen. If you can’t talk at that moment, you might say, “Let’s talk in a few minutes; I’m in the middle of something.” Remember to be consistent and follow this through.

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Take time to talk If for example they are telling you about a problem they have had, repeat back to them, in their own words, what they have said to you. For example in response to “I had a bad day at school today” you might say, “ So you went to school and had a bad day?” Show a real interest by asking specific questions to gather more information. You might say, “Can you tell me exactly what happened?” If it makes sense to talk some more, you might ask, “What upset you the most?” Follow-up questions both acknowledge your child’s feelings and get her

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talking about them. And they help you gather more information, so you can better understand what actually happened and how your child is thinking about it.

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Celebrate your child’s achievements When your child has achieved something that is good for them (even if that same thing for another child is quite an ordinary everyday thing) make sure you reward them. This does not mean you should go to huge expense…I mean you could use positive language[develop a thoughtful and wide “praise vocabulary”] , use a tone of voice that conveys you are impressed and pleased and emphasise this using visual cues with your facial expression.

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Behaviour If you need to address a behaviour issue, make sure that your child is aware that it is not them but the behaviour you disapprove of. This enables them to learn from this, de-identify with the behaviour and the disapproval, drop the behaviour and keep their self-esteem intact.

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You are your child’s most influential role-model. Demonstrate your own self-esteem with the things you do and say. This is really important. You are your child’s most influential role model in life and whatever you do they will copy. If you show that you believe in yourself and have selfrespect they will learn this from you – you will be showing them through your example how to do it. If you struggle with this, pretend by “acting as if” you have a healthy self esteem. In that way, your unconscious mind will start to make it a reality for you too. A practical activity for you to do with your child: Put aside an hour to do this – give or take a bit and depending on your child’s age and abilities, this is probably enough time to spend concentrating on one thing [prepare the resources and equipment you will be using beforehand] Help your child create a special place in which to keep all their achievements, abilities and

positive qualities. It doesn’t matter which of the following suggestions you choose or if you develop an idea of your own – but it should be something appealing to your child and age-appropriate. I often use a papier-mache treasure-chest, a shoe box, a “This is your life” book made of folded colourful paper, a scrapbook or a zig-zag book [a strip of paper folded alternate ways] to store them in. Always follow their suggestions about how they want to represent their achievements – after all, it has to be a meaningful and lasting resource for them to use and that will only happen if they feel positive about what they are doing and are really engaged with the ideas. You might have some real photos,certificates or award slips to put in and you could create colourful frames or wallets. You could, as another alternative, . make something that represents one of their positive qualities, for example to represent kindness to other children you could cut heart shapes in lots of different colours and sizes from magazines and stick them down to make a collage. Use your attention and support, your behaviour and your language to create a positive experience for your child. Guide them into giving value and respect to their achievements , abilities and positive qualities giving attention to them frequently, improving them, updating and adding new events. This is an on-going process over time and will require your determination to make it meaningful to your child. Sometimes there will be negative experiences and things that knock your child’s self esteem. It is important that you help them develop the life-skill of dealing with setbacks. As a children’s therapist, I teach children how to do the reverse of the above activity. This process helps children deal with memories and thoughts they would rather not keep – maybe self doubt, embarrassing incidents or groundless worries and find a way to step back from them perhaps pushing them away, the further the better, letting them go. I have a couple of ideas for you to use. Perhaps your child could draw any worries on a

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To advertise in the next issue of Let’s Go! Guide, please call 0800 542 5873 | www.letsgoguide.co.uk colourful balloon and let it go, floating away into the air, taking with it any unpleasant feelings. Or make a paper aeroplane representing an embarrassing moment, and throw it off a bridge into a moving river that carries the worry away. You can probably come up with other ideas yourself that are just as good! So get started today and begin forming the healthy habit of building your child’s self-esteem one small step at a time, persistently, consistently, day-by-lovely-day! Here’s to improved and healthy self-esteem in your child. This is a link to a self esteem poster for kids. I personally think its rather wonderful! www.spiritwire.com/ kidsselfesteemposter.html#Order Self-esteem is the greatest gift you can give your child. With a healthy self-esteem anything is and will be possible. So what can you do as a parent to help build this valuable resource? Come to Old Holly Farm and learn some activities you can use to help your child grow up well-balanced, be happy, have friends and achieve their potential at school.

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self-esteem & your child Half day course for parents

With Children’s Therapist Carol Hargreaves

Friday 25th April 2014 at Old Holly Farm Cabus Nook Lane, Garstang, Preston PR3 1AA 10am - 12noon or 1pm - 3pm £25 per parent For further information, contact Carol Hargreaves Child and Adolescent Therapist e. carol@achievenorthwest.org m. 07875 727 602 w. www.achievenorthwest.org @CarolAchieve

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What’s on at Greenlands Farm Village this Easter? 5th April - 27th April 2014 In Wellies Cafe you can decorate a chocolate Easter egg and take it home in an egg cup made by Jabberwocky, our very own working pottery.

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‘D’ Squadron

Lancashire Hussars Christmas 2012, six people got together in the coffee lounge of Manchester Art Gallery for a chat and a brew.

We also put a lot of effort and time into correct research of the Hussar regiment as it existed from 1848 until it gave up its horses in 1917.

After the initial idea, things got rolling and we made a successful application to the lottery for setting up the troop and off we rolled.

We currently have 6 riders but are always on the look out for help with the static displays and the horses. And of course riders or men willing to learn to ride and drill as per the Cavalry training manual.

The aim of the troop is to educate whilst entertaining. The project initial funded and independent research project at UCLAN. The results of this we amalgamated into our static display and became part of our concept of a living museum. We are based on ‘D’ Squadron, The Lancashire Hussars Territorial Yeomanry Cavalry of 1914. The Lancashire Hussars ‘D’ Troop is a enactment group currently recreating the Hussars as they existed in 1914.

We try to work with sponsors to put on the best show we can and work with The Museum of Lancashire in Preston and UCLAN. Not to mention the initial grant we received from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. We are extremely lucky to ride and train on the horses belonging to Atkinson Action Horses. The horses are highly trained for all events and shows that we put on. See more from our photo gallery at www.lancashirehussars.co.uk

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Dates For Your Diary... Here are a few dates for activities for all the family to keep the kids occupied during school holidays and weekends!

Easter Holidays 5th April-4th May 2014 at Greenlands Farm Price £5

Decorate your own Easter Egg, Easter Egg Hunt on the farm, be a little farmer and much more!

Sunday 20th April

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Easter Egg Hunt around Lytham Hall 12.30pm - 4.30pm Admission £1

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May Half Term 24th May-1st June 2014 at Greenlands Farm

Village treasure hunt. Cupcake competition in Wellies Café.

Sunday 18th May 2014 and Monday 19th May 2014 Build a Scarecrow at Penny Farm, Blackpool £3 per entry

Saturday 28th June 2014 Blackpool Armed Forces Day

Sunday 29th June

St. Anne’s Armed Forces Day

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Simply Great Grub! Cafe Rastelli

Happy Mount Park, Marine Road East, Morecambe, LA4 5AQ A lovely Cafe set in Happy Mount Park with adjoining children’s activities like crazy golf, bouncy castle, mini train, swings trampolines and a splash Park (seasonal).
Food is good and reasonably priced and includes children’s meals too. If you are just wanting coffee and a teacake that is also available as well as various cakes, pastries and sandwiches. They also provide local ice cream and specialty teas and coffees.
 They can also cater for children’s parties including themed ones like Halloween and Birthdays.

Source Coffee Shop

25 Clifton Street, Lytham, FY8 5EP Toby’s play room at the Source coffee shop. Relax, while the children play. Play room encourages creative play in a relaxing environment. Freshly ground coffee and other drinks. Cakes and snacks too.

Bella Italia Lancaster

26/28 Church Street, Lancaster LA1 1LH Italian chain with children’s menu. The choice at Bella Italia is huge including pasta, pizza, grill dishes and some delicious meat and fish dishes. Children welcome at Bella Italia and there is a menu designed especially for them. Activity book with puzzles and things to colour in! Recommended for children under 10.

The Olive Tree Brasserie 29 Wood Street, Lytham St.Annes, Lancashire, FY8 1QG

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Pizza Express Blackpool

86-94 Church Street, Blackpool, FY1 1HP Located on Church Street, Pizza Express is ideally located in the seaside town so you can easily enjoy what’s on offer nearby. Just a walk away from Blackpool Zoo, the North Pier and the home of the Blackpool Illuminations, PizzaExpress offers the perfect spot for you to rest those legs from hard day of exploring.

Pizza express is well set up for children, with Children’s menu, and baby changing facilities.

Greaves Park Bar & Dining

Bowerham Road, Lancaster, LA1 3AH A stunning grade II listed building set in parkland we are a very child friendly restaurant with excellent facilities for children, baby changing, childrens menu, activity packs.

Our children’s menu offers a wonderful selection of dishes for the little ones from hand battered fish & chips, served with hand cut chips & garden or mushy peas to gammon steak served with hand cut chips, peas and egg. We also offer a healthy tuna & mixed leaf salad (& a tomato & basil penne dish for the pasta lovers!) 

We have also a child’s Sunday Roast, with plenty of veg, roasties & our homemade Yorkshire pudding. We offer a minimum of two different succulent roasts,& a small fresh fruit juice is free of charge with any small Sunday lunch!

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