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Hi All

My name is Karen and I work for Energy Kidz, we have just taken over running the After School Club at your lovely village school and are looking for staff as follows:-

Part Time Children’s After School Club Childcare Playworker / Activities Expert offering between £7 to £8 per hour.
After School Club Manager offering between £8 to £10 per hour for someone with the right qualifications and experience

Energy Kidz is a leading provider of out of school club childcare for primary school children.  We are currently looking for a Playworker and/ Club Manager to work within one of our fantastic After School Clubs in Brill.

The after school club runs from 3:00pm till 6:15pm. 

The role includes supervising the children, ensuring their safety at all times, engage with them in aspects of play and conversation, set up activities for children to optionally take part in, meet and greet parents and provide them with feedback on their child’s time at the club.

Candidates must be enthusiastic, honest, reliable, hardworking and most importantly willing to have fun and enjoy working with children.  For a manager’s position, childcare experience and a Level 3 NVQ in Playwork or childcare is preferred.

This may suit someone with a child or children at the school as they can attend the club whilst you work

You will be fully supported in your role by an established provider of out of school care. In addition to excellent rates of pay, Energy Kidz also invest in our staff training and development.

Energy Kidz is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.

To apply please follow this link https://www.energy-kidz.co.uk/application-form/

If you would like any further information or if you have any questions please drop me an email Karen@energy-kidz.co.uk or give me a call on 0333 577 1533

Many thanks

Karen
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Brilltalk - General Discussion / Re: Get the messageboard fast on your mobile!
« Last post by Tim Andrew on February 26, 2015, 12:28:48 PM »
Alison - Good to get the update. When you post or reply to a message there's an "Attach" button below the main text box, see pic. I would suggest you join the Brill Facebook group: Kim Saunders is fairly active there, and you will get a much better response from the 430 others there https://www.facebook.com/groups/214189381979874/
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Brilltalk - General Discussion / Re: Get the messageboard fast on your mobile!
« Last post by saunders on February 18, 2015, 03:58:28 PM »
Tim

Please note that my home email address now, to reply to is:  Alison.tessier@btinternet.com, not alitess@hotmail.co.uk, any more.

Thank you very much indeed.

Regards
Alison
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Brilltalk - General Discussion / Re: Get the messageboard fast on your mobile!
« Last post by saunders on February 18, 2015, 03:57:05 PM »
Dear Tim

How do I put a photograph onto your website to show Alice Saunders (nee Newton of the Newton family, all of Brill), born in Brill, with Kate Penney Newman (nee Saunders), whose husband was James Saunders of the GWR (Superintendent of the Special Police) please?  James Saunders' parents were also James Saunders and his wife was Kezia(h), nee Tooley, of Brill also.

I am still researching my line of the Saunders family that originated from Brill from 1841.  My ancestors were James and Kezia(h) (nee Tooley), Saunders,  then respectively James and Alice (nee Newton), Saunders, James and Kate (nee Newman), William Lionel and Jessie (my grandparents), and Derek my father) and Geoffrey Saunders.

James Saunders (great grandfather), his son William Lionel, and also Geoffrey and Derek Saunders all worked for the GWR, then respectively British Railways.  James Saunders was the Superintendent of the Special Police of the GWR for 40 years.  His son William Lionel worked at Paddington, and William's sons Derek and Geoffrey (Detective Inspector), worked at Paddington and Marylebone offices respectively.

James Saunders' brothers (George, Arthur, Walter, William), worked for the Maidenhead Iron Foundry, then his son (also William H.), moved this to Black Rock in Brighton (now Brighton Marina).  They made many gothic ironwork pieces, including ornamental iron gates for Roedean School, Brighton Library, Royal Pavilion, Christ's Hospital, Brighton Musem and also the original gothic iron gates for the Paramount Studios in the USA.  The originals are now owned by a The Royal Scotsman B&B, in Salt lake City, Utah, in America.

If anyone has any more information on my family history, as at least 4 generations came from Brill, Buckinghamshire, I would be extremely pleased to hear from you.  Also, if either Kim Saunders or family can supply any more information on this particular branch of the family, I would be extremely grateful to them.

I did come to Brill a few year's ago for the Beer Festivel, but alas did not manage to catch up with any contacts; however it was a good day.

Thank you very much.

Alison Tessier
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Brilltalk - General Discussion / Brill Gravity Race 2014
« Last post by Tim Andrew on February 16, 2015, 07:11:15 PM »
Here's a video I made of the 5th running of the Brill Gravity Race  :)

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I have a working Samsung 28 inch TV - not flat screen - with stand and remote.

Free -  to be collected from Brill.

Needs to go by Sunday 11 January.
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Brill - Calendar / Christmas Workshop
« Last post by BarbaraOsborne on November 13, 2014, 03:01:01 PM »
There are a few remaining places on our Day of Festive Inspiration a Creative Green Christmas Workshop located in a cottage in the heart of Brill, where you will create your own luxury door wreath and table centre.

The price of £65.00 is inclusive of all materials and the usual Creative Green homemade goodies, teas, coffees and mulled wine, with a hearty homemade soup, cheese and fruit lunch.

For bookings and further information please contact
Hazel Harman    01844 238550    07732 950945
Caroline Wilson  01844 238542    07985 019430
Barbara Osborne01844 238413    07831 222197
E: CreativeGreenWorkshops@gmail.com
F: www.facebook.com/CreativeGreenWorkshops

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Brill - Calendar / Haddenham & District Film Festival
« Last post by RARickard@aol.com on November 04, 2014, 12:49:36 AM »
Haddenham & District Film Festival
“Cinema Through the Decades”


This film festival is a local community initiative by Haddenham & District Rotary Club working in partnership with Haddenham, Cuddington, Long Crendon and Bishopstone film clubs, supported by the Aylesbury Vale Arts Council.

The theme of the festival is “Cinema through the Decades” with some of the best films from the eight decades 1940 to the present day, showing over the weekend of Friday 14th – Sunday 16th November.

The festival will open on the Friday evening with a showing of “The Last Emperor”, directed by Bernado Bertolucci in the 1980s. Jeremy Thomas, the film’s producer who lives locally, will formally open the festival and speak about the film. “The Last Emperor” charts the dramatic history of Pu Yi, the last emperor of China, who started life in the Forbidden City as the object of worship by the people and ended up as an obscure peasant worker.


The full programme is:
“The Last Emperor” (1980s)           Friday 14 November 7.30pm            Bernard Hall, Cuddington
“Amélie” (2000s)                           Friday 14 November 8.00pm,           Village Hall, Bishopstone
“Charade” (1960s)                           Saturday 15 November 3.00pm   Youth Centre, Haddenham
“The Sting” (1970s)                           Saturday 15 November 8.00pm   Village Hall, Bishopstone
“Brighton Rock” (1940s)                   Saturday 15 November 7.30pm   Community Library, Long Crendon
“The Rocket” (2010s)                   Sunday 16 November 3.00pm,       Community Library, Long Crendon
“Topsy-Turvy” (1990s)                   Sunday 16 November 7.30pm,           Bernard Hall, Cuddington
“Strangers on a Train” (1950s)   Sunday 16 November 8.00pm,           Youth Centre, Haddenham

Tickets £5 each (with 3 for 2 discount for enthusiasts booking three or more different films) from Roger Rickard on 01844 291613 or RARickard@aol.com
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Brilltalk - General Discussion / New(ish) to the Village & Carpooling
« Last post by Ebbans on October 22, 2014, 09:16:37 AM »
Hi

We moved to Brill last November and we are loving Village life.

I know that most people use the Thame and Haddenham Station but do any of you use the Aylesbury Parkway or Aylesbury stations?

I was wondering if there was anyone who goes to either Aylesbury Parkway for 5.15am train or to Aylesbury Town station for the 5.35am?  I am a non driver but willing to put towards petrol money. 
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Brill - Calendar / NEW MUSIC GROUP FOR UNDER 5'S
« Last post by Hlivingstone on August 09, 2014, 02:32:02 PM »
MUSIC AND  MOVEMENT FOR UNDER 5'S
BRILL MEMORIAL HALL
9.30-10.15
£4 PER CHILD £2 EACH ADDITIONAL SIBLING
COME AND HAVE SOME FUN   :D
HEATHER
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