Hampshire Kids are supporting the Origin Project: a smallholding project on the farm where adults who have learning disabilities come and learn skills for life and work caring for animals, growing vegetables, cooking healthy meals and baking. The project is a non-profit social enterprise. www.originproject.co.uk
Hampshire Kids are hugely grateful to our fabulous sponsors for 2017, who are:
Reaching approximately 42,000 ABC1 parents in the South West with children 0-15, quarterly, there is no better way to target families living in the area. A good quality, glossy magazine, which is distributed directly to parents through schools both village primary and private, Country Child hits the kitchen table of the family home. It is also available via a network of village stores, farm shops, cafeés, tourist information centres, libraries, estate agents and selected Waitrose stores.
Over the last decade the South West has seen an influx of parents moving out of towns and cities with the desire to bring up children in the country. Unlike their urban counterparts, parents in the countryside don ’t have facilities on their doorstep and sourcing them can be time consuming. Country Child understands and reflects the needs of local parents, from knowing what s on locally to features on family matters, hobbies, experiences and rural life. The magazine contains regular editorial on the great outdoors, recipes, business insight, homes, best buys and competitions. Local primary school children also write and submit book reviews for Bookworms in addition to our school news updates.
Lucinda Miller, the NatureDoc, specialises in children’s health and nutrition and runs the go-to family Naturopathic practice in the UK with a team of Nutritional Therapists dedicated to family nutrition and health. You can meet Lucinda at the NatureDoc Shop stand at the Hampshire Kids festival, so pop by and say hi.
Trethowans is a leading law firm in the South of England providing a comprehensive range of services for business and individual clients.
On the commercial side, they represent international and national household brand names, owner-managed businesses, entrepreneurs and major regional employers across the UK. When acting for individuals, Trethowans represent landowners, entrepreneurs, local families, property developers and Trustees, amongst others.