The “Mumblings” are a collection of our own blogs, guest entries, interesting articles and anything else that we like the look of!

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Stockeld Park Spring Adventure – Superheroes and Legends! – this May Half Term

29th May – 6th June 2021 Superheroes of the world unite as Stockeld Park prepares to open for Spring Half Term! They don’t want to miss out on all the fun so look out for the likes of Spiderman, Thor, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Hulk and Iron Man as you enjoy all that our Enchanted…

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Gardening With Your Mini Mumblers

Whilst I am not a brilliant gardener, my son seems to love it. He loves nothing more than digging and planting, watching things grow. We created a little vegetable patch a couple of years ago and over the past couple of years he has enjoyed watering seeds and he loves it when he sees his…

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Making difficult conversations easy with PANTS 

Making difficult conversations easy with PANTS  As parents we want to do everything we can to help keep our children safe, but at the NSPCC we understand that starting conversations about child sexual abuse with children can seem quite daunting, and it can be difficult to know how to approach such difficult topics.   The NSPCC…

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“What if…?” I hear many Smiles & Miles Tutoring parents say

“What if…?”   Questions that parents are asking about their child’s education now that children are back at school.  “Back to school- Yay!” I hear many Smiles&Miles parents say. No more juggling working at home with learning at home. No more hearing, “muuuuum!” as you’re just about to sign into a Zoom call with a work…

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Selby College boosts highly-skilled career paths with HE programmes

Selby College is supporting aspiring professionals to enter a range of highly-skilled careers with its Higher Education and Access to Higher Education programmes. In response to the demand for more healthcare professionals, Selby College has introduced a brand-new Higher National Certificate and Diploma in Healthcare Practice, which aims to equip individuals with the knowledge, understanding…

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Fostering North Yorkshire: No Wrong Door

Here at No Wrong Door our supported lodgings hosts do an amazing job – providing welcoming and supportive homes for local young people Want to join our award winning team? We’re looking for people – from all walks of life – to help local young people turn their lives around by becoming high needs supported…

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Have you heard of Juno, the new child healthcare app?

Q & A session with Juno Mumbler has been delighted to work with Juno, a healthcare app entirely focused on Children’s health. It is an entirely new way to access professional health advice & is like having a fully qualified Paediatrician in your pocket at all times. We asked our Mumblers to submit questions to…

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Latest Covid 19 rules and guidance

The government has published the ‘COVID-19 Response – Spring 2021’ setting out the roadmap out of the current lockdown for England. This explains how the restrictions included in this guidance will be lifted over time. England is still in a national lockdown. You must stay at home, leaving only where permitted by law, and follow…

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Stump Cross Caverns: Launches TWO fundraisers!

If you’ve ever been to Stump Cross Caverns you’ll know how brilliant it is!  A fabulous family day out where the owners and the rest of “Team Stumpy” go above and beyond to make sure everyone that passes their door leaves with a huge smile on their face!  Which is why its so sad to…

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