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Essex Firework Displays and Bonfire Nights 2017

Looking for Essex firework displays and bonfire nights near you in 2017? Check out our listing below and you can also find more great family events on our October What’s On page. Essex Fireworks Displays 2017 Every Saturday from 7th Oct – 18th Nov) Southend Seafront Firework Spectacular 7.30pm until 7.45pm – free to attend 28th October 2017 Harwich and Dovercourt Guy Carnival 28th October 2017 Prince of Wales Stow Maries Fireworks Display and Halloween Party Gates open 6.30pm, Fireworks start 8.30pm – advanced £7 adult, £4.50 child | On the night £9 adults, £6 child 1st November 2017 Thriftwood Scout...

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Treating Symptoms of Hyperemesis Gravidarum

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third baby and, as with her fist two pregnancies, Kate is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum – a severe form of morning sickness which can result in dehydration and weight loss. Dr James Nicopoullos, Consultant Gynaecologist and Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery at The Lister Hospital, London spoke to us about the potential impact of the condition on the royal baby, and explains what expectant mothers can do to ease the symptoms of Hyperemesis Gravidarum. What is Hyperemesis Gravidarum? Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) is essentially an extreme form of morning sickness. “The...

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October Events in Essex for Babies, Children and Families

Top local listings for October events in Essex that are perfect for babies, toddlers, big kids and families! Discover what’s on near you, including children’s activities, workshops, shows, open days and fun things to do. You can add to our list of October events in Essex by visiting our Add Event page. You can also view our list of Halloween events for under 5s in Essex here. October Events in Essex EVENTS: FRIDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER – SUNDAY 8TH OCTOBER 2017 Autumn Steam Gala at Epping Ongar Railway Fri 29 Sept – Sun 1 Oct 2017, various times Ongar Station,...

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Top 10 Tips for Starting School

The first few weeks of school can be a nerve-racking time for both of you and your child. To help make this big change a little bit easier, here are our top ten tips for starting school: 1. Visit the school together Take your child to visit their new school and ask if they can be shown all of the places that will be important to them during their first week, such as their classroom, cloakroom and toilets. The more familiar they are with their environment, the more at ease they will feel on their first day. 2. Meet...

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