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Newsletter 7

Real quick one this week, as way too late! New stuff on the stall includes more colours of the fantastic Atlasware Flasks. They'll keep your coffee or tea hot for eighteen hours or your water or iced tea cold (or white wine!) for 24 hours. And very pretty shape ;) 500 in front together I'm working hard on getting the shop up online, watch this space... We've got two more Hackney Wild Walks workshops for professionals coming up on the 12th and 24th November, both at 9:30am. Sign up over on the events page. These will be the last with the current funding, though I would be happy to discuss bespoke versions if organisations are interested. I posted up three galleries of pictures of the walks we've done to date. Oh and there are a couple of places on both for parents with kids. Very excitingly my first Children and Young People Now blog was published this week! All about the importance of the walk to school. Do take a look... http://www.cypnow.co.uk/cyp/fair-play-blog/1147907/walk-school-play-mean-outcomes It was also the launch of the lovely Free Range Urban Kids in Millfields Park - to see how they get on check out the latest blog post. Last week I went outdoors with a vengeance, back to the bit of the world which is just full of 'ludic memories' for me in the far north west of Scotland. It was a great week, with a fantastic - and scary - mountain climbed as we bagged the two munros that make up Beinn Alligin in the Torridons. IMG_2174 I've lost count of the mountains my niece and her brother, with their dad, my brother, have climbed. Sam (my nephew) couldn't be with us this time but am hoping he'll be with us next year. A couple of weeks ago i wrote about the joys of exploring your own backyard. Hopefully soon I'll find time to scribble down thoughts on the importance of the big adventures too. We all need to dream and know that we can really go way, way beyond our comfort zones and live to tell the tale. My Storm Kettles are advertised with the slogan of their lovely manufacturers, the ever cheerful Tornado Boiler Company, endorsing us all to "Evoke the adventurer!". It's a great philosophy! Have a great weekend! Cath PS If you check out the Facebook, Instagram or Twitter feed there is an exciting little offer, just sayin'...

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