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Holy Trinity and St John's Church of England Primary School

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United Mothers

UNITED MOTHERS

 

United Mothers is a group for women who would like to meet new friends, explore different topics and enjoy themselves.  We have fun, we laugh (a lot), and listen and learn from each other.

Although some of us were born in this country, most of us were not.  Our members come from thirty-seven different countries. United Mothers provides a safe place to learn, make mistakes and practice English among supportive, friendly woman of all ages.

 

United Mothers are a community. We work with other groups in our local area to build understanding of topics close to our heart. We are currently planning an afternoon tea for around two hundred people and have taken part in festivals around Margate.

 

We are completely free to join.  All we ask is that you bring your enthusiasm and positivity to our group.  We meet every week at St John's Community Centre, CT9 1LN from 9.00am - 11.15am on Monday or Friday mornings.  We have a creche on Monday, but booking for this is essential as spaces are limited.  We also meet at Garlinge Children's Centre, Caxton Road, CT9 1LN on Thursday's; also from 9.00am-11.15am.

 

For more information, take a look at our Facebook page @Unitedmothersthanet, speak to Ewa Farrall at school, call Yilson Savin on 07961 767472 or just come to a group. We would love to meet you.

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  HARVEST CELEBRATED BY UNITED MOTHERS

We have been finding out about how Harvest is recognised in different countries. In Latvia people use the fruit and vegetables to make sculptures. The first one is a model that was used. The smaller photo shows the sculptures that were made by some of our mothers. The children enjoyed seeing these in their Harvest Festival this term.

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