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February News Round #6

Dingbats – Say What You See Quiz

Who sang this love song?

“When a man loves a woman,

Can’t keep his mind on nothin’ else

He’d change the world for the good thing he’s found”

This week in history

  • 18th February 1981 – Sue Brown becomes the first woman coxswain for Oxford University in the University Boat Race
  • 19th February 1960 – Elizabeth II gives birth to her second son, Prince Andrew, Duke of York

Previous Answers

  • Dingbat – Up for grabs
  • Love Songs – Van Morrison (Have I told you lately)

February News Round #5

Dingbats – Say What You See Quiz

Who sang this love song?

“Have I told you lately that I love you,

have I told you there’s no one above you?”

This week in history

  • 15th February 1943 – The wartime propaganda poster “We Can Do It” is produced for Westinghouse Electric by J. Howard Miller
  • 17th February 1972 – The House of Commons gives parliamentary assent to Britain’s membership of the European Common Market

Previous Answers

  • Dingbat – For once in my life
  • Love Songs – Eric Clapton (Wonderful Tonight)

Fit Feb for St Barnabas House.

Valerie Manor and Head Active have done an amazing job already nearly two weeks into the Fit Feb challenge by raising £725 for St Barnabas. It would be lovely to get to £1000 by the 14th February halfway! As you can see our residents are also thoroughly enjoying the challenge too!  Please click on the link below to donate to this great cause……..thank you!

Have you planned your Fit Feb activity?

Why not join us?

https://www.justgiving.com/fundr…/valerie-manor-stbarnabas

February News Round #4

Dingbats – Say What You See Quiz

Who sang this love song?

“I feel wonderful because I see. The love light in your eyes”

This week in history

  • 11th February 1975 – Margaret Thatcher becomes the first woman to lead the Conservative Party
  • 12th February 1948 – London Science Museum agrees to return the first successful Wright Brothers’ biplane to the Smithsonian Institute after it had been sent to England in 1928

Previous Answers

  • Dingbat – Broken promise
  • Love Songs – The Righteous Brothers (Unchained Melody)