Leading swimming expert Laura Molloy shares her thoughts. International footballer Paul Scholes recently revealed that his young son who suffers with Autism has a love of swimming. Children with emotional, behavioural and communication disorders are known to benefit from sensory stimulation and swimming can offer a child with Autism the perfect respite. Here, Laura Molloy, founder of Swimbabes (www.swimbabes.co.uk) explains why.
I’m continuing my weekly articles with a brand new series titled Mumpreneur Business Tips. I’ll be sharing a few ideas that might help you develop your own business. They’ll be everything from marketing to social media tips so I hope you’ll find something useful.
I’ll be posting a different article every other week and if you’ve already enjoyed the Photo Quick Tips then don’t worry they will still continue!
If your son or daughter is applying for medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine/science, or to the Universities of Oxford or Cambridge, remember their application must be received at UCAS by midnight (UK time) on 15 October 2011.
Fears grow of double dip recession as economic growth remains low but positive in Greater London.
On Sunday 2nd October 2011, Disney Princess Parade attracted over 25,000 people to line the route of the parade. Also available were celebs on the pink carpet including Nicole Richie. RAPUNZEL WAS WELCOMED AS 10TH DISNEY PRINCESS at Kensington Palace. Watch the images in this post and if you can see yourself in them, London Mums will give you a little gift.