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Have you experienced pregnancy and given birth between now and March 2020?

If so, Doncaster Maternity Voices Partnership Group have developed a short survey to find out about your experience, with a focus on mental health. All answers to this survey are anonymous and will be used to shape and improve maternal mental health support in Doncaster moving forward out of lockdown. Please complete the 5 minute…

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DCLT: Move More In March

Throughout the whole of March DCLT will be sharing lots of ideas of short and easy exercises, dancing all the way to the bins and getting your garden prepared for Summer and lots more. We hope these short and easy tasks will help keep you moving as we eagerly await the restrictions to be gently…

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Danum Gallery, Library and Museum – Virtual Opening

There will be a virtual opening for the new Danum Gallery, Library and Museum on Wednesday 17th March 2021. Located on the junction of Waterdale and Chequer Road, it will be a cultural learning centre that everyone can enjoy. It looks absolutely brilliant! Set over four floors, it will be home to lots of brilliant…

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Introducing Juno: the new app giving parents direct access to paediatricians

Sponsored blog for Juno Mumbler has been delighted to work with Juno, a healthcare app entirely focused on Children’s health. It is an entirely new way to access professional health advice & is like having a fully qualified Paediatrician in your pocket at all times. We asked our Mumblers to submit questions to Juno’s lead…

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Doncaster Mumbler FREE Community Bug Hunt – Coming this Spring!

If you’re looking for something FREE and SAFE to do this Spring and over the Easter Holidays in Doncaster, we have created a big community bug hunt for families to take part in at various locations across the borough!  The Bug Hunt will run from 15th March – 12th April 2021, and you’ll meet Dennis…

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5 Mother’s Day Gifts from local businesses

Mums, start dropping some hints to your other halves or order something for yourself! I’ve spotted some brilliant ideas for Mother’s Day gifts so thought I’d shine a spotlight on some amazing local businesses. Here are some amazing Mother’s Day Treats from local businesses, perfect for Mother’s Day. 1. The Blonde and the Blooms  –…

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Rapid COVID-19 Tests for households with children of school age

28th February 2021 All households with children of school age to get 2 rapid COVID-19 tests per person per week Whole families and households with primary school, secondary school and college age children, including childcare and support bubbles, will be able to test themselves twice every week from home as schools return from 8 March….

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Easy Mother’s Day Crafts

Mothers Day is fast approaching and what is better for Mum, Step-Mum, Aunt, Grandma or Nana than something your kids have crafted themselves. We have scoured the internet and picked our favourite ideas for you to try! Handprint Salt Dough or Air Dry Clay Candle Holder from easypeasyandfun.com Salt dough keepsakes are perfect for larger groups…

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Brand new online escape room launched by Tropical World

If you’ve got bored, restless children at home who love all things animals then this brand new activity launched by Tropical World will definitely be worth checking out! Due to COVID-19, Tropical World zoo remains closed under current national lockdown restrictions. However, fear not as Leeds City Council’s Zoo Education Officer has been creating a…

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Everything you need to hold your own Harry Potter Day at home

If you have a little witch or wizard who is Harry Potter mad, read on…here’s how to create a Harry Potter Day at home! Did you know that there is such a thing as International Harry Potter Day – May 2nd! This is apparently the day that Harry Potter defeated the Dark Lord. In the…

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