Creators of the mobile gaming app Pickled Onion Gang are to donate all profits from the sale of the game to help disadvantaged children in Thailand through Thai Children’s Trust, the largest UK charity focusing solely on Thailand. The Pickled Onion Gang is an intelligent app for kids on the go – a mobile app that will make a mum’s life easier during rainy days – London Mums have tested it and highly recommended it!
How often do you see a child these days with a broken arm? Rarely I would say. By the time I was 13 I’d broken an arm and some fingers, my classmates had various proper scrapes and bumps and teeth knocked out. All of this was a normal part of growing up. But, we’d climbed every tree in the neighbourhood, could ride a bike brilliantly by the age of 8, and pretty much anything else with wheels. We even had competitions to see who was best at skateboarding up and down stairs.
Many parents dread the thought of planning their child’s party – the sandwiches must be cut into the shape of teddy bears, the birthday cake must be a castle or racing car, every child must receive an invite, party bag and take away a slice of cake. And don’t forget to account for any wheat, nut or dairy allergies!
Peter Andre meets young patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital and launches new hooded top from Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity Online ShopSep 05 2011
Today, Peter Andre launched the new hooded top from Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity’s online shop. Start shopping at www.gosh.org/shop or call 0844 888 3747. 100 per cent of the proceeds from every gift sold will directly benefit the children at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The Helen O’Grady Drama Academy offers a self development through drama programme, designed to build children’s confidence, self esteem and skill in verbal communication. Classes are Monday-Battersea, Tuesday-Clapham, Wednesday-Stockwell, Thursday-Southfields, Friday-Wimbledon, Saturday- Balham.