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Rosie Locke née Rayner (HH 2003)

Rosie Locke née Rayner (HH 2003) has been keeping very busy with her children during lockdown...
"During lockdown I have done colouring, played with play doh, been to pretend tea parties, played hide and seek and tag, bounced on the trampoline, pushed the swings, pushed the buggy, played in the woods, hunted for worms and spiders and bumble bees, tidied up toys, wiped faces and bottoms, made breakfast, lunch, tea and supper, provided snacks and drinks x10000, read bedtime stories, painted pictures, made junk models, assault courses and potions.  It has been exhausting and often boring but I haven’t hated every minute!"

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