If you’re a local resident and a local mum (and especially if you’re very active on the web!) I’m sure you must have come across the excellent local blog Kensington Mums! The voluntary online support network provides invaluable advice on being a mum, parent or carer in the area, as well as providing plenty of news on events and other items of interest, and a great platform for discussion via their Twitter and Facebook pages. Best of all, Kensington Mums’ incredibly detailed weekly newsletter provides a great round-up of much of this information, so make sure you subscribe!
The site has also recently been nominated as “The Super Blogger” for the MumsClub Award 2012, placing in the top 100 winners, and is also a MumsClub London Ambassador.
Kensington Mums are hosting a couple of great events this month, that will certainly be of interest to mums and parents out there.
First up, Kensington Mums are celebrating their first birthday on Thursday 15th November! At a surprise location, the evening will include dinner, bubbly and a fun atmosphere – plus a great way of meeting local, like-minded mums. Tickets cost £30 – see www.kensingtonmums.co.uk/kmblog/event/kensington-mums-1st-birthday/ for more details.
On Friday 23rd November, the Kensington Mums Baby/Toddler Outing to the Saatchi Gallery returns by popular demand! The visit will include a tour of ‘Gaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet Union: Art from Russia’, the first exhibition of contemporary Russian art at the Saatchi Gallery. More details at www.kensingtonmums.co.uk/kmblog/event/km-mother-and-baby-outing-to-the-saatchi-gallery/.
Kensington Mums would love to see at the above events!
I hope you are well.
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It’s The Mayor and Mayoress’s Easter Fair with a fashion show, auction and over 50 great stalls, in aid of the Mayor’s charity, the Magic Wand Appeal whose aim is to raise £250,000 for The Brain Tumour Research Campaign (BTRC) specifically the ground-breaking surgical neuro-system Sonowand.
Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killers of children, teens and young adults but shockingly receive only 0.7% of cancer research funding.
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Graeme Whitcroft White