KIDS OFF THE COUCH

Lancashire Life - - FEEDBACK -

Your fea­ture on the An­ton children who are work­ing their way through the Lake Dis­trict’s ‘Wain­wrights’ was a plea­sure to read. When­ever young peo­ple are men­tioned these days it’s in­vari­ably in a neg­a­tive con­text in­volv­ing the phrases ‘so­cial me­dia’ and ‘couch potatoes’. Here was a shin­ing ex­am­ple of good par­ent­ing. Au­tumn is well un­der­way and the cooler weather and shorter days don’t nec­es­sar­ily mean fewer opportunit­ies to get out and about, writes Vi­jay Ar­o­gyasami.

You could do the won­der­ful walk near Pen­dle Hill in this month’s is­sue but if that’s not your thing, don’t worry, our web­site has a list of the best spooky Hal­loween events hap­pen­ing in the run-up to Oc­to­ber 31.

Bon­fire night lands on a Mon­day this year, which has mean that many of the county’s fire­work dis­plays will take place on the weekend of Novem­ber 3 and 4. Be sure to check out our events page.

@Black­burn­scouts

Great ar­ti­cle from @ lan­cashire­life about @1Voice­black­burn high­light­ing the work of the CIC and in par­tic­u­lar @1Vs­couts. They are do­ing great things #onecom­mu­nity #oneblack­burn

@Sf_k­itchens

One of our in­stal­la­tions in #London look­ing great in @ lan­cashire­life mag­a­zine this month.

@Chil­drenslfest­s

Happy Trails! Susie An­ton with Mar­ley-rose and Kobe An­ton-tay­lor, the in­trepid walk­ers aged 4 and 5.

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