In this two-minute speed read we look at four things that’ll help you make the most of next month.
The clocks have gone back, and November is just around the calendar corner.
Here are four fun things you can try next month.
It’s undoubtedly going to be a different kind of Bonfire Night on November 5. Authorities across the UK are expecting a lot smaller, back garden, family events due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
To ensure you have a safe night, it’s worthwhile checking out the advice from The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA). See the link at the end of this article.
The annual festival of the moustache takes place this month. Movember has grown rapidly (pun intended) since it started in Australia in 2004. It has its roots in Melbourne where two friends convinced 30 mates to go with the mo.
It’s a fun way to add some fur to your face and raise funds for men’s health charities.
Christmas Shopping Lists
Let’s face it 2020 has been a year to forget so any excuse to take our minds off things must be welcomed. And what better way to do that than to start making your Christmas lists?
You could even set yourself a challenge and see what is on your list that you can buy from local independent stores in Oxfordshire.
Family Movie Nights
Now the darker evenings start at 4.30 pm and the weather’s getting chillier it’s the perfect excuse to get cosy on the sofa and watch a movie with your family.
And these ideas can help you make it even more fun.
There’s plenty to do across AREA in November if we put our minds to it.
And people are still looking to move to make a fresh start in 2021.
Whatever you do, have fun, and say safe.
Talking of safety here’s the ROSPA link:
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