The Lugger Inn
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... a bit more, looking at stuff, bought a cool beanie for £10 and a couple of postcards. Had a bit of a sleep for the afternoon. Not sure if this was a good idea as hopefully I'll go to sleep tonight. I'm currently sitting at the hotel restaurant which is awesome. I have ordered a local beer called Badger Glory. It's so yummy, with a peachy after taste! I think it's even better than NZ beer, so ...
Walking boots – work pair & New pair, Strong torch light – Hand held and Head torch, Extra batteries, First aid Kit – Big one and small one, Sun cream- factor 50, Sunglasses, Clothes suitable for walking – Walking trousers
Insect repellent and bite cream – DEET 50, Warm jacket, warm hat, gloves, warm socks, warm clothes to sleep ...
... networking, advocacy and community action to address the same.
Anticipated Short-Term Outcomes1) Youth and Community Members are Better Informed on SRH issues, 2) Youth and Community Members engaged in Enterprise are better informed on Management of Micro Enterprise and Market Linkage,
Anticipated Longer-Term Outcomes:1. Youth and Community Members are adopting Healthy SRH Practices,2. Youth and Community Members have increased income (following better market linkage)
Set in the beautiful rural village of Evershot the Trigloo is the perfect place to spend a few days exploring the finest things that Dorsetshire has to offer. The three bedroom house is at least a 100 years old and could be up to 1100 years old if you were to assume it was built at the same time that the village came into being.
There are literally several things to do in the immediate area. Go to the pub for ...
... look a little flashy; Bunting, Balloons, posters, a couple of big prizes, lollies, stickers and money buckets.
On the day two of my Mum's friends kindly offered to help out and she and Dad set the stall up ready to go. With in 3 hours I had a text saying she'd made £100!
By the end of the day all the cakes were sold and plenty of prizes were won, making a total of £273, thus reaching my £800 target.