Thursdays Home Ed

14 March, 2012 at 16:00 Leave a comment


Thursday 15th March 10.30am Bull pen, Dairyland This is a soft play area suitable for all children, unfortunately they can’t/won’t do us have a group rate, so pay admission on arrival. £3.95 per child Adults free

Thursday 22nd March 1030am Argyll Reservoir, nr Penryn Walk around the reservoir, play in park and barbecue if you wish to. Pay at car park £2

Thursday 29th March 10.30 Walk to Cow? Beach, Mawnan Smith. Park in National trust carpark above Durgan village (follow signs towards Trebah and take first left at crossroads) with honesty box.

If it is raining hard for either of 22nd or 29th we will be meeting at Jo’s to make bread.


Thursday 26th April 11am -12.30 Falmouth Art gallery workshop Global gardens theme. Talking about exhibits followed by an art session. Free

Forthcoming events:-

Thursday 24th MayFlambards, Helston £7.50 for 11-17yrs old, £5.50 for up to 10yrs old, free if under 90cm and £4.50 per adult.

Thursday 12th JulyDurgan beach

Thursday 19th JulyFlushing beach

Thursday 26th JulyMaen Porth beach

We are also trying to organize a camp 4/5th July,and a magician.

BIG THANK YOU to all those who organized the above events …. it is appreciated.

Please feel free to join us at any of the above events, no need to. If you want to know more, I will try to help Sandrabusybee, please be patient though as my internet is unreliable. If you have any ideas/suggestions please let me know.

Look out for updates ….. hope to see you soon.

Sandra x



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