Tuesday, 22 July 2008

Warrington Playcentre

Hello all, we hope this update greets you all well and happy.

The Warrington Playcentre parents, supervisors and children are
bursting with energy for another term of fun and learning.

We're all extra excited about the awesome new brightly coloured
interior we have married together with the new carpet and lino, making
it a gorgeous centre to be in.

We commissioned the very talented Roz Picken of Fifigoose Designs to
come in over the holidays and give our centre a makeover on which she
has done an exceptionally beautiful job. You can see more of her work
at Here It Is, down in the Gardens next to Pet Planet, you'll be
wowed. We now have a Pukeko monitoring our cupboard, an albhabet wall
for the children to read whilst eating their kai and many many more
characters to visually stimulate us.

We currently have vacancies available and are looking for more
families to join our centre. We therefore encourage anyone within our
community to walk in the gate and discover the wonders of Warrington

So please feel free to come visit us on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Friday between 9am – 12noon. You'll hear the children's laughter
before seeing us, so follow that gorgeous sound and be part of it.

This month we say a fond farewell to two of our 5 year old boys
heading off to school – good luck to Patrick and Alex, we wish you
well in the next chapter of your lives and hope that you have enjoyed
your time at Warrington Playcentre as much as we have enjoyed watching
you grow and blossom.

Take care, and watch this space as Warrington Playcentre whanau will
have plenty more to report on for the next edition.

by Hannah Randall

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