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Lighthouse Thame & Villages 2019: Update

Lighthouse Thame & Villages 2019
Monday 29th July – Friday 2nd August
Thame Showground, Kingsey Road

Silver Lighthouse 2019
Tuesday 30th & Wednesday 31st July
St Mary’s Church, Thame

 

Parent’s News

We have confirmed 700 children so far, as we get more helpers signing up, we will be able to release more places. amp; .

Parents can you help us collecting please:
Drumming workshop
We still need 100’s of clean Celebration/Heroes/Quality Street/Roses large chocolate tubs/tins with lid large enough for drumming (diameter approx.: 10 inches, 700+g)

New for this year: Any Young people that are in year 7 at school attending TZone, will sign up as a Helper. And they are able to do that now. It is best for parents to do that, as they will also have to give their consent.

 

Helper’s News

The Helper’s Briefing this Wednesday, St Mary’s church in Haddenham, 7pm for Administration, 7.30pm start of the meeting. Share lifts if you can and bring your DBS.

We still need some more helpers to sign up.
-Lighthouse Keepers (looking after a group of children with the help of teenagers) – no teaching required
-Lamplighters – if you are minimum aged 13, support the Lighthouse Keepers to look after a group.
-Creche under 4’s – help required Monday and Tuesday afternoon
-TZone – 2 adult helpers required
-Halo:gen -2-3 adults required to help run evening activities for teenagers
-Sport
See the Helpers page for descriptions of the roles.

PLEASE register now, so we get references and DBS checks done in time.

Some of the roles at Lighthouse don’t have the same title as in previous years. Please follow this guideline:
Little Lighthouse sign up as Creche Helper
Parent & Toddlers sign up as Little Lighthouse
Photographer sign up as Extra helpers
Silver Lighthouse sign up as Extra helpers
Teaching Team sign up as Age Group Teacher
Parents Cafe sign up as Parents Welcome Zone
Halo:gen Site/Security sign up as Halo:gen Set up team

 

For more information please visit http://lighthousethame.org.uk/

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Upcoming Events

Jul
7
Tue
5:15 pm Yoga For Healthy Lower Backs @ Thame Barns Centre
Yoga For Healthy Lower Backs @ Thame Barns Centre
Jul 7 @ 5:15 pm – 6:30 pm
Yoga For Healthy Lower Backs @ Thame Barns Centre
A specialised, evidence-based, 12 week course to promote self-management of lower back pain.  Used in Arthritis Research UK/ University of York Clinical Trial. For more information, see www.yogaforbacks.co.uk   Thame Barns Centre on Tuesday 21 April, 5.15-6.30pm   Please contact: Sue Garrett on 07722 142070; suegarrettyoga@gmail.com
Jul
12
Sun
7:45 pm Beer & Hymns @ Upper Room, Cross Keys, Thame
Beer & Hymns @ Upper Room, Cross Keys, Thame
Jul 12 @ 7:45 pm
Beer & Hymns @ Upper Room, Cross Keys, Thame
Every second Sunday of the month in the Upper Room of the Cross Keys, Thame.   7.45pm for an 8pm start   Free – all welcome
Jul
20
Mon
10:30 am Forget Me Knot Cafe – 2020 @ Chinnor Village Centre
Forget Me Knot Cafe – 2020 @ Chinnor Village Centre
Jul 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Forget Me Knot Cafe - 2020 @ Chinnor Village Centre
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