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Easter Competition

Refer a Nursery Bunny this Easter and receive one of Five gifts + your friend will get 10% off their Nursery Software quote ūüź£

Our hero workers have hopped all day, delivering knowledge before the holiday, their paws are tired and maybe a little ill, the last thing they need, is another form to fill.

So give the gift of time this Easter and help your bunny friends streamline their admin,¬† you could even find yourself winning a ¬£50 teaser ūüôā

Some of the Easter gifts you could win for referring another nursery to use Connect Childcare

£50 John Lewis Voucher
£50 Amazon Voucher
Surprise Fortnum & Mason Hamper worth £50 in value
ParentZone App Logo
ParentZone completely Free for One Year
Connect Childcare Logo
10% Off your renewal price for Connect Childcare, iConnect or ParentZone

What gift will the Easter Bunny give you this Easter? Refer a Nursery Bunny to find out...

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You can win simply by referring a bunny buddy to demo Connect Childcare's software.

They don’t need to purchase it just see what we can do for them and their nursery ūüôā

The use of the letters I and V for both consonants and vowels proved inconvenient as the Latin alphabet was adapted to Germanic and Romance languages.¬†W¬†originated as a doubled¬†V¬†(VV) used to represent the Voiced labial‚Äďvelar approximant¬†/w/¬†found in¬†Old English¬†as early as the 7th century. It came into common use in the later 11th century, replacing the letter¬†wynn¬†‚ü®«∑ ∆Ņ‚ü©, which had been used for the same sound. In the Romance languages, the minuscule form of V was a rounded¬†u; from this was derived a rounded capital U for the vowel in the 16th century, while a new, pointed minuscule¬†v¬†was derived from V for the consonant. In the case of I, a word-final¬†swash¬†form,

 

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