Blog » Month: September 2020

Mumbler Pumpkin Trail

  During lockdown we all loved spotting rainbows in people’s windows on our daily walks, so when I saw Doncaster Mumbler came up with a pumpkin version, I knew we had to get involved! Now that we are back at school, a bit of normality has resumed, but things are still uncertain.  Team Mumbler have…

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Autumn Fun – Conkers and Pumpkins!

September 2020 update Where to pick pumpkins (image from Algy’s Farm Shop facebook page) White House Farm, Wroxham Road, Rackheath, NR13 6LB Whitehouse Farm : PYO cancelled (from website) “We regret that we are no longer offering Pick Your Own. After much deliberation, we have decided to focus our efforts on the farmshop where you…

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Places to Paddle

I asked Helen from Routes for Little Boots to help us put together some info for the Places to Paddle section on the website.  I thought Summer was over so we’d have a bit longer to work on that page (it’s on there but nothing on it yet, check back!), but it seems SUMMER IS…

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Welcome Back Classes!

‘When do classes return?’ has been a hot topic on the Norwich Mumbler Chat Group for a while now, it seems people are really keen to start getting their Mini Mumblers back to their regular groups, or to try out something new…and I know all the classes providers are desperate to get going again. So,…

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Returning to school during Covid-19: Ideas & tips with The Week Junior

Advertising Feature for the Week Junior  For most children, the start of a new school year is a mixed bag of excitement and nerves. But with the background anxiety of a global pandemic, and ongoing lockdown restrictions, returning to school in 2020 feels a lot more challenging. Coronavirus and the subsequent lockdown has thrown our…

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The Return to School by Headteacher, Sarah Shirras

Sponsored Guest Post for Norfolk County Council by Headteacher Sarah Shirras The return to school this September will be, as so many other things have been this year, ‘unprecedented’. Going back to school each year after the long summer break, or starting for the first time, should be filled with excitement even if tinged with…

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