Monday, 31 March 2014

National Stationery Week - Day One.

 I'm a Stationery Addict

Woop woop! Today is the beginning of National Stationery Week!

There are so many things to get involved with this week including competitions, poetry, getting children to write letters and about the importance of good handwriting. Something for everybody!  
This week is the chance to celebrate all things written and everything to do with it - for stationery addicts like me this is fab! Over the next five days I will be blogging about various things to do with this wonderful week and you can take part by Tweeting at @NatStatWeek and other tags, visiting their website and find them on Facebook.

#NWW14 have put this list together to get us talking about stationery so I'm joining in with the fun. 

Today is Monday so I thought I'd give you some information about a great place for stationery addicts to visit, especially children. The place to visit just has to be -
The Cumberland Pencil Museum in Keswick. 

Here you can learn all about the history of the pencil and see the largest pencil, in the world. (The last bit was meant to be said in a Jeremy Clarkson voice!) So if you're looking for a great place for a day out in the Easter or Summer holidays this could be the very thing - now that reminded me of Billy Connolly for some reason (you know why I describe it as my ramblings!). 

Whether you like to write with pencil or pen everybody needs a lovely notebook, but more of that tomorrow!

Catch ya later, and remember Stationery Rocks!

1 comment:

  1. Yay, you have got to love a week dedicated to stationery lol! Have a great week. :)


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