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Go Local Middlewich.

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In this edition, from Katy...

WELCOME to the March edition of the Go Local Middlewich.


The 19th is Mothering Sunday, traditionally, it was a day when children, mainly daughters, who had gone to work as domestic servants were given a day off to visit their mother and family. In the UK the day began as a church tradition, taking place three weeks before Easter on the fourth Sunday of lent. In other countries like the US, the day wasn’t based on religious tradition and is specifically referred to as Mother’s Day. It became an official US holiday in 1914 when then-President Woodrow Wilson declared the second Sunday in May as a day of ‘public expression of our love and reverence for the mothers of our country.’


In our house my husband will only get a card with ‘Mothering Sunday’ for his mam (he's Welsh) on it, this is often a difficult task as most cards have ‘Mum’ on the front and over the years we have spent hours in card shops looking for the right one, obviously with the internet it is a lot easier now. Whatever your plans I hope you have a lovely day, and I will be thinking of those who have lost their mums, as I imagine it can be a difficult time.


March is always an optimistic month for me, as the trees start chaining and the days start to get longer, it is also a great month to start thinking about those jobs in the house. We have lots of great businesses who can help make your dreams a reality, whether it is a new bathroom or kitchen, garden makeover or some fresh flooring, there is someone in the Go Local who can assist, if you could tell them where you found them,
we would be grateful.

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