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The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread

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  • PyxisPyxis Forumite
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    I need to be a bit more Tigger and a bit less Eeyore! :D
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    Pyxis wrote: »
    I need to be a bit more Tigger and a bit less Eeyore! :D


    :T:T:T

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    :grin:


    Chieveley wrote: »
    I think I spotted upside down bear in my roaming on interweb yesterday.IMG_0387-1024x768.png


    Ooooh! Now ..... where's that Bear! :think:


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    She's roamin'! :D

    Makes a change from her wanderin' I suppose!


    BEAR! Are your ears burnin'?

    We is all wonderin'! :D








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    That'll be my mantra, now! :D
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    Just had to share this ......


    'Robin numbers visiting British gardens this winter hit a 20-year
    high, with waxwing sightings also considerably up on recent years.

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    That’s according to the results of the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch
    2017, which saw more than 497,000 people take part in the 2017
    birdwatch count to record over 8 million birds in January. :T

    The survey found that the average number of robins visiting
    gardens is at its highest level since 1986, helping the species climb
    two places to number seven, its joint highest-ever position in the
    Big Garden Birdwatch rankings. Blackbird was another success
    story, moving to number three and becoming the UK’s most
    widespread garden bird after being spotted in more than 93% of
    UK gardens.

    In addition, waxwings were seen in around 11 times more gardens
    in 2017, compared to the last couple of years, while goldfinch
    numbers have been found to increase by 44% since 2007. Large
    numbers of waxwings are only seen in large numbers once every
    seven to eight years in the UK.'



    Sadly not so many sightings recorded this year of the blue tits,
    great tits and coal tits - apparently due to the prolonged wet
    weather during the 2016 breeding season ... fewer young birds
    survived. :sad:

    Click on link for more info .....

    http://www.countryfile.com/article/wildlife-stories/robin-numbers-hit-20-year-high-uk-gardens



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    :hello: Good morning lovely Alphabettys in Happy Chatty Land!

    I hope you're all well and raring to go mini-graphics-stars-861916.gifmini-graphics-stars-087426.gifmini-graphics-stars-861916.gif on this
    thoughtful :think: yet scrumdiddlyumptious :drool: Friday! :grin: :dance:


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    mini-graphics-stars-087426.gifWish Day takes place on Friday 31st March 2017!

    Wish Day is now in its 5th year and the event has gone from
    strength to strength with thanks to Make-A-Wish volunteers and
    the generosity of the Irish public.

    In 2016, we raised over €80,000 during Wish Day. This year is a
    special one as it will mark our 2,000th wish. We are hoping to
    raise over €100,000 on Wish Day to help us reach our target of
    210 wishes in 2017.

    We are so grateful to the hundreds of volunteers who have signed
    up to raise money for the charity in their local area and we appeal
    to the public to support our biggest fundraising event by buying a
    wristband from your local volunteers, by organising a coffee
    morning, bake sale or a jersey day in your workplace or by
    making a one-off €2 donation by text (details below).....

    By donating on Wish Day, you can play an essential part in
    creating positive memories for children battling life-threatening
    illnesses. :A

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    https://makeawish.ie/give-support/wish-day-2017/


    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

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    The excitement is building as thousands of you are getting ready
    for Wear A Hat Day on Friday 31st March! Set to be the HATTIEST
    by far, we are expecting funds raised to significantly exceed
    previous years, enabling us to fund more sustainable research into
    brain tumours.

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    No matter where you are or what you have planned, you can show
    your support via text donate -- simply text HAT to 70660 to donate
    £5.

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    Our special Wear A Hat Day JustGiving page shows all of your
    combined fundraising efforts and successes. You can donate
    directly to our cause on this page as well -- just £25 can pay for
    the genetic analysis of tumour samples, paving the way for
    personalised treatments for brain tumour patients.

    We'll be sharing all of the hattastic fun from across the country on
    our Facebook page, like our Director of Fundraising Robin Meltzer
    in the midst of last-minute fundraising pack fulfillments and our
    Director of Research Dr Kieran Breen reminding us why the
    fundraising for Wear A Hat Day is so important.

    Don't forget to send us your photos -- we can't wait to see how
    you take part in Wear A Hat Day!

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    https://www.braintumourresearch.org/

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

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    :staradmin NMO AWARENESS WEEK

    :staradmin Friday 31st March to Friday 7th April 2017

    Neuromyelitis Optica is a serious disabling condition affecting the
    nervous system particularly the optic nerves and the spinal cord.

    The most seriously affected persons can be paralysed in all four
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    treatment is markedly different. A wrong diagnosis treatment can
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    New treatments are on the horizon and older treatments and
    treatment strategies are being redefined. But we desperately
    need to raise awareness of this devastating disease, better
    diagnostic tests and treatments during an attack and effective
    treatments that would prevent further episodes and hopefully a
    cure.

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    The UK service for Neuromyelitis Optica in the UK is based
    currently at two centres in Liverpool (Walton Centre) and Oxford
    (John Radcliffe Hospital). The researchers in UK have published
    several landmark studies that have shaped the way Neuromyelitis
    Optica is diagnosed and treated worldwide.

    Though the number of patients has been rising worldwide there are
    very few dedicated charities.

    Without continuing financial support our research and training will
    dwindle and the momentum gathered over the last few years
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    At a time when Governmental funding for scientific research for
    rare disorders is hard to come by charities such as this are a
    godsend....

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    It's time to unleash your inner board gamer by playing your part
    in our Big Board Game Day on 31 March.

    It's simple. Sign up for your free fundraising pack bursting with
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    play your favourite board games.

    Proudly supported by Hasbro Gaming, Big Board Game Day is a
    great way to have fun at home or at school, raise money, and fight
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    Ready to roll? Sign up. Raise money. Everybody wins.

    Have a brilliant time all! :T

    https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-you-can-do/events/big-board-game-day/#tab-Maisie

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

    Also:

    https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-you-can-do/

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further fundraising information

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    :staradmin March 31 1889 - The Eiffel Tower Opens

    Sunday March 31st 1889 at 1.30 p.m., Gustave Eiffel showed some
    of the famous personalities of the day around what was then the
    tallest tower in the world.

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    On this inauguration day, Eiffel climbed the 1710 steps leading to
    the third level of the tower before unfurling the French flag and
    hearing the 21 canon salute marking the occasion.

    The Eiffel Tower remained the highest monument in the world until
    the construction of New York's Chrysler Building in 1930.

    http://www.toureiffel.paris/en/everything-about-the-tower/the-major-events.html

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further fundraising information

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    Have a brilliant day all whatever you have planned - I will
    catch up later. :p

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    dresserchien.gif Good morning lovely Alphabettys in Happy Chatty Land!

    I hope you're all well and raring to go on this thoughtful, :think:
    fun-filled chienbisous.gif and fittingly scrumptious :drool: Saturday! :grin:


    :staradmin National Pet Month :staradmin

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    Welcome To National Pet Month!

    Hello and welcome to National Pet Month. We love pets! With the
    help of our supporters we raise awareness of responsible pet
    ownership through educational campaigns, we celebrate the
    benefits of our pets and encourage fundraising for the nation’s
    needy pets. We hope you can get involved!

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    On our website you can access our Supporters Toolkit here. >>>

    There’s something for everyone, whether you want to put on an
    educational or fundraising event, plan a pet-related lesson or just
    display a fab pet-related poster, there’s something there for you.

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    If it’s event support you are specifically looking for we have lots of
    tips.

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    We also have competitions and all the latest news - so get stuck
    in!

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    http://www.nationalpetmonth.org.uk/

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    If you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), you are not alone –
    IBS is common with prevalence estimated at 10% to 15%. Yet
    many people remain undiagnosed and unaware that their
    symptoms indicate a medically recognized disorder.

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    In 1997, IFFGD designated April as IBS Awareness Month. During
    this time, we work to focus attention on important health
    messages about IBS diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life
    issues.

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    http://aboutibs.org/ibs-awareness-month.html

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    April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, a fantastic opportunity to
    raise awareness of bowel cancer and funds to support our work.

    This year we are focusing on bowel cancer screening.

    Bowel cancer screening saves lives but at the moment in some
    areas of the UK only a third of those who receive a test in the post
    complete it. Thousands of people are missing out on the best way
    to detect bowel cancer early when it is easier to treat and there is
    the greatest chance of survival.

    We can all raise awareness of bowel cancer screening this Bowel
    Cancer Awareness Month.

    Over 60? (or in Scotland and over 50?), take the test when you
    receive it in the post.

    If you are younger, tell the people over 60 (or over 50 in Scotland)
    in your life, to take the test.

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    :staradmin Why is screening so important


    Screening can detect bowel cancer early before any symptoms
    appear, when it is easier to treat. It can also prevent bowel
    cancer from developing in the first place by picking up non-
    cancerous growths (polyps) which could become cancerous in
    the future.

    Bowel cancer is the UK’s second biggest cancer killer but it is
    treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early. Nearly
    everyone diagnosed at the earliest stage will survive bowel
    cancer however, this drops significantly as the disease develops.

    Taking part in bowel cancer screening is the best way to get
    diagnosed early and early diagnosis saves lives..... >>>>


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    Other ways you can get involved in Bowel Cancer Awareness Month:

    :staradmin Fundraise for us –


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    This April ‘Be a Star, Bake a Cake’ and hold a cake sale at home or
    a bake off at work and invite your friends, family and colleagues
    to sample the delicious treats and make a donation.

    A number of celebrity chefs are supporting ‘Be a Star, Bake a
    Cake’ including the Hairy Bikers, Rick Stein and Deliciously Ella
    and their recipes are available to download.

    All money raised will support vital research and lifesaving work to
    stop bowel cancer. Register for a free fundraising pack >>>

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    https://www.bowelcanceruk.org.uk/about-us/bowel-cancer-awareness-month/

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

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    Welcome To Stress Awareness Month – April 1-30, 2017

    Hello and welcome to the Official Website for Stress Awareness
    Month 2017. Stress Awareness Month has been held every April,
    since 1992.

    During this annual thirty day period, health care professionals and
    health promotion experts across the country will join forces to
    increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for our
    modern stress epidemic.

    In support of National Stress Awareness Month (April 1-30, 2017),
    Dr. Orman is making his most recent stress relief e-book available
    for free for anyone who wants to learn how to reduce their stress,
    gain control over their negative emotions, improve their
    relationships, and eliminate other types of stress from their lives.

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    http://stressawarenessmonth.com/free-stress-relief-ebook-2017/

    http://stressawarenessmonth.com/

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

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    :staradmin Open Gardens :staradmin

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    From March until October, you can visit 200 gardens in England
    and Wales – including some never seen before by the public.

    Keen gardeners share their passion, while helping people in crisis.

    You can explore their gardens - and maybe get a cup of tea and
    slice of cake. Some gardens offer cream teas, light lunches, plant
    sales, treasure trails and more.

    :staradmin Meet our ambassador


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    Get tips on opening your garden to the public from Tamsin
    Westhorpe

    ABOUT TAMSIN >>>

    :staradmin Proud of your garden

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    Share your outdoor space with friends, family and neighbours,
    for a good cause.

    BE PART OF IT >>>

    :staradmin Volunteer at Open Gardens for the Red Cross

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    We need volunteer garden co-ordinators, and additional volunteers
    to help on the day.

    BECOME A VOLUNTEER >>>

    :staradmin Summer gardening tips

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    From watering to mowing, get gardening tips from our expert
    Tamsin Westhorpe.

    TOP TIPS >>>

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    http://www.redcross.org.uk/Get-involved/Events/Open-Gardens

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

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    April marks a time to increase the understanding and appreciation
    of mathematics and statistics.

    Why? Both subjects play a significant role in addressing many
    real-world problems--internet security, sustainability, disease,
    climate change, the data deluge, and much more.

    Research in these and other areas is ongoing, revealing new
    results and applications every day in fields such as medicine,
    manufacturing, energy, biotechnology, and business.

    Mathematics and statistics are important drivers of innovation in
    our technological world, in which new systems and methodologies
    continue to become more complex.

    http://www.mathstatmonth.org/mathstatmonth/msamhome

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

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    Jazz Appreciation Month (fondly known as "JAM") was created right
    here at the museum in 2002 to herald and celebrate the
    extraordinary heritage and history of jazz for the entire month of
    April.

    JAM is intended to stimulate and encourage people of all ages to
    participate in jazz - to study the music, attend concerts, listen to
    jazz on radio and recordings, read books about jazz, and more.

    :staradmin Jazz Appreciation Month 2017: Women in Jazz


    This year, being the centennial of jazz icon Ella Fitzgerald, JAM
    2017 will celebrate women in jazz.

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    Beyond the traditional female vocalist, there are also many great
    composers, arrangers, orchestrators, and instrumentalists who
    have and continue to leave an indelible print on the history and
    future of jazz.

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    http://americanhistory.si.edu/smithsonian-jazz/jazz-appreciation-month

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

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    Science Festival 2017 runs 1–16 April and we’re inviting you to Get
    Connected… to science, to one another and to the global
    community, as we attempt to secure the sustainable future we
    want to inhabit.

    Families can plug into great days out, including a six-floor science
    playground at City Art Centre, with engaging, educational hands-on
    activities and shows and workshops for all ages. For adults,
    there’s the chance to connect with the challenges and opportunities
    of our modern world through discussions, debates, workshops,
    screenings and nights out with a scientific twist.

    Click the links below to download a copy of the 2017 Festival
    brochure, view it online or search event listings on our What's On
    page >>>>

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    https://www.sciencefestival.co.uk/festival

    ^^^ Please refer to site for further information

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    Have a brilliant day all whatever you have planned - I will
    catch up later. :p

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    Google launches new "Google Gnome" home assistant for the garden.

    Following the success of Google Home the tech giant will launch a 'Google Gnome' artificial intelligence assistant designed for outdoor usage.

    Google Gnome can tell the wind speed, perform gardening tasks, and play music on request.

    (I just lurve spiders!)
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    Just to say, I'm having a lot of problems with my internet connection......long story. It's been going on for a while but is deffo getting worse.

    I think I need a new router.

    Anyway, if I disappear for a while, that's the reason. :(


    Wretched thing was driving me mad mad mad this morning.
    (I just lurve spiders!)
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    Pyxis wrote: »
    Google launches new "Google Gnome" home assistant for the garden.

    Following the success of Google Home the tech giant will launch a 'Google Gnome' artificial intelligence assistant designed for outdoor usage.

    Google Gnome can tell the wind speed, perform gardening tasks, and play music on request.




    :T:T:T :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:


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