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22nd June 2017
I have been a bit slow on updating recently so here are the visits we have carried out in the last few months

28th December 2016 A wonderful post Christmas party at a private home in Rudgeway with festive spirit and festive birds.

New year started our school visits to St Anne's Infant school on 17th January where an enjoyable and informative time was had by all

9th February we visited the Brownies of United Reform Church where we has an enjoyable session.

17th February we revisited Westbury Gardens of Westbury Care homes and had a lovely afternoon with lovely people.

23rd February saw a return visit to Easton C of E school where as usual the children were exemplary and asked some amazing questions.

25th February was a very wet afternoon spent at Woodhouse with the Scoutsalways a fun afternoon despite the weather.

15th and 20th March we spent an amazing time at Bristol Uni with the students doing pellet dissection and a school visit to Uni.

23rd March again a return visit to Barton Hill Academy where the children had lots of questions for us about the birds.

26th March we had a fun afternoon at a private house having a 'Harry Potter' themed party where all participants (except us) were in full HP costumes.

4th April saw us at another of Westbury Care homes at Frenchay Park where as usual the wonderful clients had a good talk and relayed memoried about Owls in their past.

24th April saw us art a new school ; Shirehampton Primary school where we all enjoyed our visit.

3rd May we picked up some new logoed table covers and a feather flag of logo and birds to improve any future displays.

12th June saw us talking to a wonderful group of Rainbows at St Lukes Church Hall.

14th June a visit to Able Care Homes a new group for us at Frenchay House where we had a lovely afternoon and stayed later to talks to some clients family
members and have strawberry and cream scones!

18th June (Fathers Day) saw us on a return visit to Keynsham Garden centre (a Wyevale garden centre group) and had a nice area allocated to us for the afternoon where visitors were able to get up close and personal with our birds.

In the future we look forward to go on three occasions to set up a display for French exchange students for an organisation called Teligo, we will have to brush up on our school french at least on the Owls and other birds names. More later when the visits have occurred.

We also have a new Little Owl called 'Pip' to add to our birds he/she is currently about 5 weeks old and is so cute.

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