REUBEN’S RE­TREAT

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IN hon­our of Reuben’s 8th Birth­day this week, I share a poem I wrote a while back, ‘Miss’ by Mummy... l Blonde curls Belly laugh Gor­geous tummy Lov­ing mummy Funny dad Sun­shine times Nurs­ery rhymes Story time Cheesy grin Hol­i­days Laugh­ing eyes Funny ways Lit­tle brother Happy mother Eat­ing peas Dirty Knees Su­per son Loved a bun And a cake Now heartache Miss­ing you Life un­fair Want you near To smell your hair To kiss your lips And cud­dle you Oh Dear Reuben We MISS you Mon­day was lovely. So many friends shar­ing in sausage and mash to cel­e­brate Reuben’s birth­day.

At 12.30pm we stopped to share cake and we thank Wil­liams Deli for their kind­ness when Nicky called in to choose them, thank you.

Last week was su­per busy as usual and we are re­ally pleased with how well our screen­ing went for ‘A love that never dies’. Thank you to all who came and thank you to the team at Cineworld for be­ing so at­ten­tive and kind.

Thank-yous this week also to One Great Day and Mid­dle­ton Shop­ping Cen­tre, our fab­u­lous REUn­ners for Reuben’s birth­day at the Sal­ford 10k, Hope Singers, Glossop Par­ish Church for all Saints and also those crazy in­di­vid­u­als who mud­dered once again – achy legs all round, ouch!

Good luck to Char­lotte Gal­lopp run­ning her first ever half marathon this Sun­day and to all our walk­ers tak­ing on the 23km Long­den­dale chal­lenge with the fab­u­lous Bill.

Ni­cola Gra­ham

Reuben

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