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Mrs Carlile spotted a tiny little bird on her window this morning. She went out to have a look and noticed it wasn’t moving and was tiny. It was in a very dangerous place on the car park and was at risk of being caught by a cat or squished by a car. So helped by one of the local neighbours, it was gently put into a box. Miss Hartley and Mrs Carlile took ‘Lucky Little John’ to the Secret Garden. He flew off happily into the trees for his new life. What a lucky bird!

Mrs Carlile spotted a tiny little bird on her window this morning. She went out to have a look and noticed it wasn’t moving and was tiny. It was in a very dangerous place on the car park and was at risk of being caught by a cat or squished by a car. So helped by one of the local neighbours, it was gently put into a box. Miss Hartley and Mrs Carlile took ‘Lucky Little John’ to the Secret Garden. He flew off happily into the trees for his new life. What a lucky bird!  1
Mrs Carlile spotted a tiny little bird on her window this morning. She went out to have a look and noticed it wasn’t moving and was tiny. It was in a very dangerous place on the car park and was at risk of being caught by a cat or squished by a car. So helped by one of the local neighbours, it was gently put into a box. Miss Hartley and Mrs Carlile took ‘Lucky Little John’ to the Secret Garden. He flew off happily into the trees for his new life. What a lucky bird!  2
Mrs Carlile spotted a tiny little bird on her window this morning. She went out to have a look and noticed it wasn’t moving and was tiny. It was in a very dangerous place on the car park and was at risk of being caught by a cat or squished by a car. So helped by one of the local neighbours, it was gently put into a box. Miss Hartley and Mrs Carlile took ‘Lucky Little John’ to the Secret Garden. He flew off happily into the trees for his new life. What a lucky bird!  3

Freedom for Lucky Little John

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Posters to be displayed on the Greenway in Padiham to ask people to keep our community clean and for people to be responsible dog owners.

Four of our Year 2 children walked up to Spring Cottages Residential Home with lots of boxes of mince pies. They also took some Jet Set Angels with them too.

Jayden very kindly brought in a tub of money to donate for Children in Need. After Mrs Carlile had also emptied her purse, he had raised £12.48. Thank you so much Jayden. It was very kind of you.

Thank you to the Edwards family for baking 250 buns and biscuits for Children in Need. Year 2 sold them at break times to all the children, staff and workmen. We raised a staggering £140 for Children in Need. Our Angels also enjoyed tasting and selling the cakes.

Our Pudsey Bear pictures for Children in Need.

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