Food for Thought Twitter chat for Save the Children

save_the_children_with_text_1Please join us for our #foodforthought Twitter chat on Tuesday 28th May 2013 from 1-2pm where we will mark the launch of Save the Children’s latest report on child nutrition and education.

We’ll be talking about the importance of nutrition for education and learning to read. Come along and share your favourite children’s books and the joy of reading.

Date: Tuesday 28th May

Time: 1 -2 pm

Hashtag: #foodforthought

The lovely @kateonthinice is hosting this twitter chat. If you would like to help Save the Children raise awareness of  the report on your blog particularly if you blog about learning or books on your blog please message @kateonthinice for more information.

 

 

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About Kate Davis-Holmes

Kate Davis-Holmes is a writer and blogger. She is married with 3 children. After obtaining a law degree from Cambridge University, Kate spent 20 years working in local and national organisations. She has experience of project management. media relations, events organisation, advice-giving and the facilitation of learning groups. Kate’s interests include bargain-hunting, reading, travelling and cookery. She has a passion for helping good causes and seeing women get a fairer deal in society.

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