WOW we only went and won the MRW National Recycling awards!
William takes Burt to meet the Local MP Jonathan Djanogly! This was a great experience for 10 year old William he was able to share the message about recycling and told the MP that ALL children need to be educated about protecting the environment and Burt the Binman could help in schools and early years settings.
William and Burt the Binman helped to front the Richard Branson #Voom2016 Campaign! What a fantastically exciting time that was, a day out in London meeting some incredible new businesses all hoping to get a change to pitch to Sir Richard Branson himself! Burt and William with a copy of the first story book Burt’s day off are center of the Picture. We were also invited up to London to.
Have some fun with tin cans x Awesome! http://www.redtedart.com/2014/06/13/tin-can-crafts/
Look at this fantastic idea for using and old pop bottle to make some gorgeous artwork. Keep half term Busy! So pretty. http://www.craftymorning.com/make-bottle-print-button-flow…/
Recycle cardboard and make a great art easel for the children for half term keep them nice and busy. Working on a vertical surface is an important part of strengthening fine motor skills. I love that these are made of recycled materials. Great for home and school! See more here: http://www.artbarblog.com/recycled/diy-cardboard-easel/
COMING VERY SOON ‘Burt and the Great Storm’. The guys at IGMedia are working very hard to do the finishing touches to the illustrations on this fab new Burt story If anyone would like to pre order this book please email me on email@example.com . I best get busy with book 3 now X
Congratulations to Arbury pre-school in Cambridgeshire who opened to children today, following their official grand opening last Thursday with our chair of trustees Sophie Ross. The pre-school has been 16 months in the planning, and is able to accept 36 children. Congratulations and best of luck to the team there for the exciting times ahead!
Look what’s arrived today a cute Burt toy sample! Wonder how many kiddies would love a cuddly Burt?