|Look at the 'Design' briefs and have a go|
The 'Activity' area serves at least two major needs - something that feels somewhat designer-ry and somewhere to sit - often it's pre-schoolers using bricks but Schools on holiday mean that pre-teens and early teens are involved (making it harder for the more mature to find a seat under the guise of 'trying them out').
|Well the answer's on the left|
From what I heard the first month has already seen more new members than in a year at the previous home (Shad Thames) and the shops - both of them looked busy too.
Thinking about Religion
Kensington High Street has a nice little Roman Catholic Church (currently with Nativity Scene) and this reminded me that 2016 isn't all about front doors for me.
So I've googled and found a rather neat and helpful site about 'Religious days - here's the January link - it's already told me something about January 1st -that it's a Christian celebration of a Jewish custom namely the circumcision and naming of Jesus - the circumcision is carried out on the 8th day of the infant's life by a 'Mohel'.
Here's a link to a Christian service celebrating the naming, the keeping of the (Jewish) law the fist spilling of Christ's Blood.
|Not every one's cup of tea|
|The short form story of Our Lady of Victories|
|Without the humour of the Spanish Nativity Scenes.|