Delighted when Mary’s Meals reached 1 million in 2015 and just six years later it’s up to 2 million children every school day.
That is equivalent to providing meals for the entire population of Glasgow x 3 in one day!
Lovely to meet these two half sisters on their first visit to Arran. Lovely wee Westies 🙂
Draw or paint a picture of Corrie visiting your favourite place in Scotland.
Two children’s prizes will be awarded – one for the best entry in the Age 6 and under and the other for Age 7 and over.There is also an adult category!
We may not be able to travel around at the moment but think of where you enjoy visiting and take Corrie with you!
Closing date is extended to 20 January 2021
Entries can be e mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
or posted to:-
Corrie’s Capers, 11 Kinneil Park, Lamlash, Isle of Arran KA27 8JG
Children’s entries should include their name, age and be their own work. Please include contact details
The judge is Mrs Jean Bowden and her decision is final.
Thanks to Kim for this fab Corrie’s Capers feature in the December 2020 issue of Westies & Besties. The UK’s only magazine dedicated to West Highland Terriers and their owners.
I had the pleasure of preparing for Book Week Scotland with Mrs Stephen, P3 teacher at Williamston Primary School in Livingston. The children have been enjoying reading Corrie’s Capers and sent me some of their super artwork! Pawsome
Corrie’s Capers 3rd book had a soft launch thanks to Covid-19 but people have been ordering on-line and buying from my lovely stockists – thank you! Another busy time for me is normally around Book Week Scotland.
School visits aren’t possible so I have recorded myself reading the books for use in schools and nurseries. Please use the website contact tab if you would like to purchase books for your school classroom libraries and gain free access to these digital resources. Timing doesn’t have to be around Book Week Scotland, these can be used at any time of year.
Managed to dodge the showers yesterday and enjoyed a wee walk out with Hamish.
I can’t believe how he’s grown in such a short time!
I couldn’t believe my luck when Bessie’s Mum decided to sit next to us on the Caledonian Isles today. They gave me a chew stick all to myself – yay! Bessie is only a few weeks old but was so well behaved on the boat. She lives in Stevenston and her big sister Isla gave me lots of gentle pats – she starts school next week.
Mum was away at the Brodick Highland Games for most of today. This copy of The Westie Fest is going back to Fife – one delighted wee girl! 🙂
Another lovely sunny day in Lamlash. We have had such a lovely run of good weather.
I met Birkie and his Mum Alene this morning on Lamlash Green. Thanks for sharing your gravy bones!