Are you someone who loves putting books into the hands of children and watching their imaginations' spring into life? For just £38, you could start a book selling business that requires no previous experience. You can start selling at home parties, coffee mornings, nursery groups or even in schools - it's all about what suits you and works around your family commitments. Joining the Usborne family and becoming an Independent Organiser is a really unique job opportunity - it's your business and your rules as there are no targets.
The amazing November Starter Kit provides a wide variety of beautiful books and stationary, worth over £150.
Read more about what's involved in becoming an Usborne Organiser and watch this video which covers the most frequently asked questions that Usborne Organisers receive from new recruits.
By her own admission, Anita's story is not necessarily 'quirky' but a normal story of how a mother's priorities changed, and how sellling children's books has given her such pleasure. In October, members of staff from Usborne Publishing and Usborne Books at Home invited Independent Usborne Organisers into their homes to raise money for Beanstalk, a charity which trains volunteers to help children, across the country with their reading.
10% of the total sales from each party were to be donated to Beanstalk and by holding an Usborne book party staff members got to enjoy a fun evening of Christmas shopping, with friends, whilst getting an insider view of the work of Usborne Organisers.
Sorry we are a bit late with the March edition - a few health problems have slowed things down. I am still waiting for some of the planned content, so please come back and have another look at a later date as articles may well have been added. As part of the ongoing upkeep and updating of the Community Centre, the Management Committee has decided to renew the floor in the main hall. After the success of its first Coffee Morning event, the Committee has decided that they will become a regular event. White Horse Pictures is the rural cinema pilot scheme for Wiltshire and the Test Valley, designed to bring a modern digital cinema experience out to your local area, so that you can watch and enjoy new films right on your doorstep. Research shows that the Wiltshire and Test Valley area has less cinema screens for its size than the English national average, resulting in many audiences having to travel long distances to enjoy the latest cinema releases.
Over the last month, crime in the Paxcroft Mead area has been negligible - an extremely pleasing position to be in. According to the Wiltshire Police website, the current priorities in the Trowbridge Rural and Adcroft and Paxcroft NPT areas have not changed from last month's, but do not highlight anything directly involved with Paxcroft Mead. DRUGS - SEYMOUR ESTATEFollowing high levels of reports of drug dealing the area has been targeted and two arrests have now been made. On Friday 11th February, as part of the Eat Fit Keep Fit campaign, the Trowbridge Town Crier, Trevor Heeks distributed fruit and booklets containing useful healthy recipes and a couple of dessert treats, that can be cooked together as a family to our Tumble Tots (and their parents!) at the Paxcroft Mead Community Centre.

The Relaxation and Pilates class offers specialised exercises designed to tone the abdominals and strengthen the back.
Free Pancakes available to eat courtesy of Trowbridge College catering students and Sainsbury's.
Lent Lunchtime talks on Fridays 11th, 18th and 23rd March and 1st, 8th and 15th April all at 12.30 in St James Church.
In addition a new Christian book stall will be opening up in St James Church in the middle of March.
Trowbridge Museum's next exhibition will focus on its numerous and remarkable surrounding villages. The age of many of these villages is equally remarkable with many being mentioned in the Domesday Book or occupying sites that have been inhabited since Roman Times.
Some of the fascinating facts vary from the most timber framed village, Steeple Ashton, to having to get Parliament to sanction a telephone box, Great Hinton.
The exhibition will also contain children's interactive activities, featuring maps, colouring in and jigsaws. The exhibition will be formally opened by Andrew Murrison MP at 12.00 noon on Saturday 19th March. Following our great Egyptian workshop in February, the next workshop in our 2011 Family History Days programme is Ancient Greece on Saturday 12th March. There will be lots of activities and challenges to do including crafts, puzzles, hunts and more (do as many as you like) - full details below. But even if you don't win on the day, your score will be added to our Family History Day league table and whoever tops the table at the end of the year wins a brilliant prize. The Egyptian's prize, a revealing book on Egyptian Mummies, was won by Sam and Elicia, with 35 points - well done! If any further information is required please contact the Museum on (01225) 751339 and ask for Clare or David. The weekend of June 24th - 26th sees the annual Wiltshire Armed Forces and Veterans Celebrations.
In the early evening of Friday 24th June there will be a "March to Remember" through town by Re-enactors in aid of The Royal British Legion. On Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th June the main weekend event will be held in Trowbridge Park. The Trowbridge Walking Forum walks are designed to provide gentle and sociable exercise and are suitable for all ages and abilities. Wednesday walks are approximately 2 to 3 miles and there is usually a choice of an easy, level walk and one that may include fields and stiles.

For you, it might be about just earning some extra pocket money, but it could potentially pay for Christmas!
Included is everything you need to get your business off to the best possible start, and all for just £38.
Online sign ups have from 10am on Monday 3rd November 2014 until 10.00am on Monday 1st December 2014. I have made a lot of friends while working with Usborne and forged some close relationships with schools which I aim to build on every year which is why World Book Day is a great time of year for me.
Rowdy groups of youths have been gathering on the green between the two roads and causing a nuisance to residents.
Residents have reported concerns including the unnecessary obstruction of the pavement, garages and driveway access.
Wiltshire is still a delightfully rural county and of its some 400 villages and hamlets all have unique identities. The 10 minute film features the social history of the village and personal stories from villagers Cyril Sweetman, Sylvia Mills and Ken Rogers, who were interviewed by Year 6 students from West Ashton School. It's only ?3 or ?2.50 to Stumpy Members, and is suitable for ages 5+ (younger children may be able to do some of the activities - ask us if you're not sure). It's a busy time, but also very exciting as so many people are in the market for Usborne books to fill those Santa sacks with! If you choose to sign up, you will have the help of a Mentor to guide you through as you get your business going. Any Agreements received outside of these dates will not be eligible for the Kit offer and will receive the relevant kit.
The Neighbourhood Policing team conduct patrols to identify specific problems dealing with any offences as appropriate. The interviews were edited together by project leader and film producer Jamie McDine, who helped transport students from Diamond Class back to the 1930s (thanks to the power of film) - with boys and girls playing on opposite sides of the playground and going on nature walks. Please note: If any item in the pack becomes unavailable, we will replace it with a similar item of at least equal value. The children all produced beautiful animations to illustrate the stories they had been told, from the famous Armstrong Whitworth Whitley crash landing, to the weavers working in their cottages.

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