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Wednesday 18 September

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Wednesday 18th September 2019

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Make new friends at Rainbows

Come along and join us at Rainbows, a group for girls aged 5 - 7 years, who meet every Tuesday at St Mary’s Youth Centre in Yate. Make new friends, play games, make crafts, gain badges and much more in this small, friendly group. For more information contact Emma by email below.

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Libby's Day looking for local talent

Two acts have pulled out of performing at Libby’s Day on the 14th September - if anyone knows of any local talent available that day please let Claire Grove know!

myyate.co.uk/yate/e/41446/libbys-day

Choose Sustainable Swimwear

Next time you wwimmers at your Active Lifestyle Centre, you could be splashing about in swimwear made from old fishing nets and other industrial waste recovered from the ocean and landfill.
The sustainable swimwear has arrived thanks to a partnership with Australian swimwear brand Zoggs whose Ecolast™ swimwear and accessories are made from a range of recycled materials.
It's the latest move by Circadian Trust, the not-for profit organisation that operates Active Lifestyle Centres, to maximise the company’s environmental credentials and follows several other green initiatives, including rainwater harvesting, the use of solar voltaic cells, and LED lighting.

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