‘T’ party at Budleigh primary school and other news
PUBLISHED: 07:00 28 April 2013
St Peter’s Primary School is holding a ‘letters and sounds’ tea party. Read this and more
CHIPPING IN FOR LABRADORS: A Budleigh chip shop is giving customers a free treat this weekend – with the aim of raising money to help dogs in need.
The Premier Café’s Chips for Labradors event takes place tomorrow and Saturday, and will see customers offered one free portion of chips per order, with the request that they make an appropriate donation to The Labrador Rescue Trust, to mark Help a Labrador in Need week.
Co-owner Liz Blissett, who is also a volunteer helper for the trust, said: “It is an entirely voluntary organisation rehoming labradors throughout the South West. These good-natured dogs make wonderful family pets, and it is hard to see why any of them would be ill-treated or abandoned.”
‘T’ PARTY: St Peter’s Primary School is holding a ‘letters and sounds’ tea party.
It takes place on Wednesday, May 1, between 7pm and 8pm, and is open to all, not just St Peter’s pupils.
The tea party is a chance for parents to find out more about the teaching of phonics to children aged three to five.
There will be a very short demonstration, then a chance for parents to try it out for themselves, and some ideas they can take home with them.
CAT SHOT AT: Police are investigating after a cat was reported to have been shot with an airgun pellet in Otterton.
The cat was not killed, but did sustain an injury above its eye. It is believed this occurred around April 7 or 8. Anyone with information regarding the incident should call PCSO Sarah Trayhurn on 101.