day out

From foster care to fishing extraordinaire – David’s Story – Foster Parents Article

David Duff (left) donating two brand new fishing rods to Swiis Education Worker, Sandy McLeod. This summer in Dundee, Education Worker Sandy Mcleod has been supporting children and young people through outdoor activities.Sandy introduced our young people to 1:1 fly fishing coaching at the beautiful Ledyatt Fishery, run by owner David Duff.Over several visits to the fishery, Sandy discovered that David had a story of his own to share with people in care….With a calming nature, David welcomes everyone he…

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Our British Airways i360 Experience by The Twinkle Diaries – Parenting Twins Article

As I’m typing this, the rain is hammering down on the roof of my office and the skies are an ominous gunmetal grey. It’s a far cry from last Friday, when we were visiting the British Airways i360 experience in Brighton. We had the bluest, clearest, skies last Friday; which was perfect for a little afternoon excursion up the  i360 tower. A cross between the Shard (which we visited a couple of years go), the London Eye and a giant…

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Fife Pirate Day – Ahoy there matey! – Foster Parents Article

The school holidays are a great opportunity for our children and young people to try new activities. In Scotland, we arrange a number of day trips to allow our young people to interact with each other and have a great day out. Fife Education Worker, Kenney Ramage tells us about their first summer activity.  “Young people from both the Fife Team and the Permanence Team attended the first of this year’s activity days; the Pirate Day at Lochore Meadows. The day…

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