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Autumn time

Dear parents, 

This week we are moving onto exploring Autumn time. We will be going for walks as much as we can to look for crunchy leaves and conkers and see how the trees are changing. Such a lovely time of year. We will also be making the most of our mud garden so please make sure your child has welly boots, spare clothes and a rain coat at preschool each day. We have spare boots if you prefer to borrow ours. 

Quiz night 

Harting men’s club held a quiz night and raffle on Saturday evening and raised an amazing £186 for Preschool. It was a really fun evening and we really appreciate them supporting us so a huge thanks to them. A special thank you our lovely Kayleigh’s Dad who organised it all and put up the prize money which was kindly donated back to preschool by the winning team.

Coffee morning 

On Tues this week (26th) our committee are holding a coffee morning for all parents. Please do  come along and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee. We have also heard there may be cake! 


As a charity run preschool we have to hold an annual general meeting each year to discuss finances, nominate new committee members and recruit new ones. This will be held on the 10th October at 7.30 at preschool. Please come along and join us and see how you can help support your child’s preschool. 

Breakfast and after school care 

Don’t forget we offer breakfast from 8amand after school care until 4pm. These must be pre-booked but can be used on an ad-hoc basis. You can email the preschool to book this and they are charged at our normal rate. 

Have a great week everybody. 

Leanne and team

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