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This could be the last year of Playscheme -- We Need You!!

Shelley and Rachael have been co-ordinating Playscheme for a number of years and feel it's time to hand over the 'Playscheme baton'.

They are looking for volunteers who are willing to work with them this year to plan and organise Playscheme 2016, with a view to taking over in 2017.

Playscheme has been running for many, many years for the benefit and pleasure of our children but if nobody comes forward, then it may be the end of Playscheme. And that would be a real shame.

If you'd like to get involved or would like any more information please do not hesitate to get in touch with either Shelley or Rachel:

Shelley Smith 01844 290171
shelleylouisesmith@hotmail.com

Rachael Bamford 01844 295893
rachael.bamford7@btinternet.com

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