Blog » Month: June 2021

Letters from Betty at Eden Camp

Be Amazing Arts are excited to be working in partnership with Eden Camp on a very exciting project for August Bank Holiday weekend.   After hundreds of wartime love letters between Naval Sailor, Bert, and his sweetheart Betty, were loaned to Eden Camp, the team at Be Amazing Arts were so touched by the content…

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Thought-Full Box – Bespoke Gifts for Your Teachers

Looking for something special for teachers this year? Katie at Thought-Full Box t/a Seeds of Love, creates beautiful personalised seed packets filled with lovely little forget-me-not seeds for £2.95 each. With poem designs for teachers, teaching assistants, nursery leavers and even the lollipop lady! They really do melt hearts and will bring back warm memories…

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How to Get Your Kids to Help Around the House

Kids that actually help around the house… To many parents, that phrase sounds more like wishful thinking than reality! Luckily, there are a few simple strategies you can use to get your children to clean up after themselves and help with the household chores on a regular basis.   Get your kids involved early. Of…

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Mumbler Review: Stockeld Park, Weekend Adventures

We love visiting Stockeld Park during the school holidays and now you can adventure even more often!!! It’s open every weekend between now and the 18th July before re-opening for their Summer Adventures on 24th July!!! Using the code MUMBLERWEEKEND will give you £1 off per day pass for the remaining 3 weekends before we open for…

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Pregnant Women Who Smoke Need a Reality Check!

Pregnancy is a special time in a woman’s life. There is no doubt that it is also one of the toughest times in a woman’s life. From nausea to back pains, there is a lot that a woman’s body is going through to bring a human being into this world. During pregnancy, women must take…

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Fostering North Yorkshire: Annette and John

Annette and John first started their fostering journey after Annette, who is a filmmaker, began working with young people in her projects. Both Annette and John had experience of working with children and young people. After seeing the difficulties many of them faced and realising what a tough time many of them were having, they…

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How to Encourage Your Children to be Grateful

Gratitude is a wonderful trait to instill in your children–and in yourself! In fact, research shows that those who regularly exercise gratitude have improved mental and physical health, as well as increased self-esteem and empathy for others. Here are a few easy ways to encourage your children to be more grateful!   Set a good…

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Introducing My Chef Skills

Hi, my name is Jonny Ross. In pre-Coronavirus times I ran a successful music agency, supplying live acts for weddings and parties all over the UK. When the pandemic struck and the lockdowns happened, all my work came to a sudden halt! Pretty stressful, as I’m sure you can imagine. I’d always enjoyed cooking and…

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Helmsley Open Air Pool

Helmsley Open Air Pool is scheduled to open on Monday 21st June 2021. Do keep an eye on the website HERE Please keep coming and swimming. We now have Credit/Debit card machine to allow us to take payments so no running to the bank for cash!! A hoist to enable disabled users to enter (and…

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Helmsley Arts Centre: Summer 2021

Helmsley Arts Centre are hosting some fantastic family productions this summer based both in the Arts Centre and in Helmsley Walled Garden. Do put them in your diary and book tickets via their website here     The Three Inch Fools Present: Romeo and Juliet Thursday 24th June, 7pm 2021 The Three Inch Fools take…

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Pick Your Own

A lovely activity with the kids is Pick Your Own and what’s more, it encourages them to eat healthily too. It is also a great way to support local businesses. This year, PYO is going to be a little bit different due to COVID 19. However, we are so lucky that they will be opening…

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Creative Snacks Your Kids Can Help Prepare

Do your kids like to help out in the kitchen? These tasty and easy snack ideas are perfect for younger (and older) kids who enjoy whipping up delicious creations!   Peanut butter balls: These simple and melt-in-your-mouth delicious treats need only four ingredients, and your kids can do most of the steps themselves! First, you’ll…

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