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Daily Briefing

Daily Notices

Friday 20th July 2018

ALL

 

1.

CCF - The Combined Cadet Force is now open to all years collect an application form from reception if you wish to join. 

ACW

2.

LOST: On either Dove or Trent a pair of sunglasses in a black case. if found, please return to Dove Reception.

JEA

3.

SKI AUSTRIA 2019 has now been launched. Places are limited so please get your deposits in using Wisepay. All of the details are available on the Website. It is open to all students in the Academy.

For further information, please see Mrs Jeffery on Dove or Miss Barlow on Trent.

AEJ

DOVE

1.

Display of Local History books in Dove LC. Find out about Burton and the local area over the last 200 years.

SMa

2.

Mission YTF - open to all Year 7, 8 and 9 students in Staffordshire. Your local library want to see you this summer holiday! Your mission is to borrow and read 6 fiction books between 3rd July and 5th November 2018. Pick up a bookmark from your local library (or the LC) and get it stamped every time you return a book. Once you have read six books, you can enter a prize draw to win one of 9 x £10 voucher prizes to spend at your favourite shop!

SMa

3.

Dove Book of the week: "Burton Upon Trent and District on Old Postcards" by Geoffrey Sowerby. Includes information and pictures of many local landmarks: Stapenhill Church, because of its picturesque location, one of the most frequently-found local postcard scenes. Old Burton Bridge, views from The Bass Water Tower, Horninglow Street, Market Place, Allsopp's Brewery, flood in New Street, Bass Steam Cooperage, the Meet at Rolleston, a fire at Stretton and many more.

SMa

4.

LOST: PE bag in a black draw string with a Burton Albion badge, and a clear bottle with a grey/black lid with drink times printed on. Please return to reception if found.

KIM

 

TRENT

 

1.

Trent Book of the Week "More Old Postcards of Burton Upon Trent" by Geoffrey Sowerby. Novelty cards, costing a penny to post, often carried their own local slogan, "There's beerly time to write from Burton-on-Trent." Postcards of the town around 1907 in the Edwardian era and in the middle of the significant period of transition between the end of the Victorian age and the First World War. Scenes include Tutbury Flower Show 1909, Branston 1905, The Swadlincote Elephants 1912, the Outwoods Recreation Ground and Burton United F.C. 1904-5.

SMa