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!
Freedom for Lucky Little John
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.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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