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March 2011

Mayville High School Southsea.

March 23, 2011
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AT MAYVILLE WE KNOW EDUCATION ISN’T AN EXACT SCIENCE While parents and teachers are bombarded everyday with the latest research to help their children learn, we at Mayville rely on a system that has been getting results for more than a decade. Do girls and boys learn better in different temperatures, maybe, but what we […]

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Kumon Isle of Wight

March 18, 2011
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Ensure your child’s future and help them succeed with Kumon’s maths and English study programmes In today’s competitive society, good maths and English skills are becoming increasingly important. A recent report by the National Institute of Continuing Education has shown that adults with poor numeracy skills are far more likely to be out of work […]

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Chessell Pottery Barns on the Isle of Wight opens on the 2nd April

March 18, 2011
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MOTHERING SUNDAY OFFER Mum’s tea and cake is on us this Mothering Sunday, 3rd April, for all mums decorating in our studio! This Mothering Sunday why not bring the children along for some fun in our family friendly studio or treat your own Mum to a creative afternoon out – Mum’s tea and cake will […]

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Barclaycard launches longest EVER 0% deal

March 18, 2011
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Barclaycard launches longest EVER 0% deal Today, Barclaycard extended its offer of 18 months 0% on balance transfers to 20 months interest-free, with the one-off fee increasing from 2.9% to 3.2%. Martin Lewis, creator of MoneySavingExpert.com says: “The credit crunch’s jaws are being prised open by a 0% balance transfer price war. Barclaycard’s prior 18 […]

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How to own a house without being on the legal title by Paul Wilks

March 18, 2011
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How to own a house without being on the legal title? If you own a house then you will have your title registered at the Land Registry. That is simple enough. No more than four people can be registered as the legal owners and it should go without saying that all owners must be 18 […]

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The Baby and Toddler Event this April in Cowes.

March 16, 2011
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The Baby and Toddler Event is believed to be the Isle of Wight’s first ever show dedicated to bumps,babes and tots, and any island business that caters for them! Held at Cowes Yacht Haven on 2/3 April, The Baby and Toddler Event will have exhibitors includingactivity groups, nurseries, gift companies, baby equipment retailers, photographers, fitness […]

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The Isle of Wight NCT’s Nearly New Sale.

March 16, 2011
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THE NCT’S NEARLY NEW SALE RETURNS – AND THIS SPRING IT’S BIGGER THAN EVER! The Isle of Wight NCT’s Nearly New Sale returns this spring and this time we are promising more pre-loved clothes, toys and vital baby equipment than ever before. For the first time, we are taking over two rooms at the Riverside […]

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Buggyfit Isle of Wight

March 15, 2011
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Buggyfit is the ultimate fitness class for new mum’s, wanting to get back in shape after their new arrival. This power walking class, with strengthening and toning exercises is proving to be the answer to shifting post natal weight and re-toning your body after giving birth. Benefits of Buggyfit include….. Effective and safe postnatal workout […]

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Made on the Isle of Wight

March 15, 2011
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Made on the Isle of Wight is the only one-stop shop for all Island products. With a focus on quality, the shop stocks produce and products from more than 130 different suppliers working on the Island. Nothing in the shop travels more than 21.5 miles from supplier to shelf. There is a good range of […]

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Love Russia – could your school help

March 15, 2011

A charity helping children in Russia and the UK. Love Russia helps orphans and children from dysfunctional families in Russiaand Eastern Europe and also helps children in this country understand why this isimportant. We believe in linking children, supporting them and helping them to understanddifferent cultures. Our speakers and campaigns help develop empathy for children […]

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