As October ends, Halloween draws near. This week people have carved faces and pictures into pumpkins and put candles on the insides, others have decided to dress up and try to scare staff. Especially those in the office. Charlie jumped at the chance to attempt to scare Steve.
On Wednesday the 25th, Parchment attended The Big Gig at Sussex Coast College in Hastings, along with lots of other local organisations. We had a lot of good feedback from the stand. It was great to see so much of the good work going on in East Sussex.
Much like spotting a blood moon on Halloween; another rare sight was spotted earlier this week. Steve left the office! He was allowed out, on good behavior. Unfortunately, there is no photographic evidence of this strange phenomenon. The day after, sources claim that they observed grunting noises and muttering, most claim that they left the office in shock. Some claim that Steve was never really left the office in the first place!
After approaching Steve, much to my discomfort from all of the horror stories I have been told; He confirmed the sightings of his release and declares he intends to escape again when he can get free from the desk that Stacy and Jade have had him handcuffed to.
We are still "all systems go" for our coffee morning. Groups have been carving out time to finish up and add the last details. Heather has begun planning and organising and won't let anyone see the plans, keeping it all under lock and key.
Our Christmas Coffee Morning will be held here at Theaklen Drive on Wednesday 29th November, starting at 10am and finishing at 12pm. We are still in need of any chocolaty goods for the tombola
Here are some of the items that will be available to purchased on the coffee morning
"I understand it is a good sport and it can get rough.
there not many team round here. My dad has have to go long way to play in Kent. I have bin have see one of his games it was fun to watch
I have been Ice skating but would love to play Ice hockey
I wish I could do it will be fun."
- Joe ER
Trip to Harry Potter World.
It Took a couple of hours to get there. We drove in the Parchment Bus. It was very busy in London.
When we got there it looked amazing! It was very big and magical. There was lots to do, we had to look around first. We were given a Harry Potter passport and at each area we collected a stamp. We got them all!
My favourite part of Harry Potter World was seeing Dumbledore's Army – the spells and the costumes were very real. I loved it! I also really liked the Dementors because Harry Potter casts a spell at them. It reminded me of the film 'The Prisoner of Azkaban' and 'The Order of the Phoenix'. I also really enjoyed going on the broomstick, that was so much fun.
We had packed lunch there near the night bus. Later we went on the Hogwarts express train and got to see around the whole of Harry Potter world.
We had lots of fun and I'd like to say a big thank you to all the staff who planned the trip and took us.
The Making of Harry Potter
- By David Wilson and Jonathan Dunne.
I clean the pig stye. Get the tools and put fresh straw in the shed. With mi friends . Trevor is a pig at Barby keel and he is smelly. He has lot of hair. He stinks of poo we tidy up. He like to see people
jump at people when he see them. It is fun this is me at barby keel with Trevor he look fine he a good character he was a piglet. I went down there when he was little. Now he is bigger than me!
- Sean Carter