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Hi my name is Roselle and and I'll be writing a Blog for Tarvin-Online over the next few months!

I live in Tarvin, am 14 years old and go to Tarporley High School. In my free time I enjoy shopping, like any other girl should, art and cooking (especially biscuits and cakes). So, you can expect some creative ideas and yummy stuff in these articles.

I also love animals and have two lovely rabbits called Flopsy and Sooty (seephoto).

I'll be writing this Blog as part of my Duke of Edinburgh Award or D of E. You may be aware of this award. But if not, it is designed for young people and includes activities based on using your skills, physical activity, volunteering and an expedition. I'm really excited about doing the expedition where we will walk and camp overnight. I'm hoping the weather improves before then otherwise we may be swimming.
For my volunteering I'll be writing articles on fun things to do in the holidays and stuff you can do for the special days coming up such as Easter and Mother's Day.
It would be good if I could pass on the baton to someone else doing D of E next year to carry on the Blog. If you're interested please send a note to me through the Editor (
I'm really looking forward to this so look out for the next Blog when I'll be giving you some exciting things to do during half-term.
Toodle pip for now Roselle

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