Playscheme Mr Bloom: Here and There


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Mr Bloom helps young people with their green spaces. Efanna, Alexander and Madeleine love to visit their local park because there's a lot to do there.


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# Hello! My name is Mr Bloom

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# And I'd like to come to see you soon

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# I'm out on the road, you see

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# Here and there So that we

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# Can get together and have some fun

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# I'll help you out if there's work to be done

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# So where is it you like to go?

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# Call me up and let me know

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# What is it you like to do?

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# I'll pop along and do it too

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# Cities, towns and countryside

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# I can travel far and wide

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# I'm all about and everywhere

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# I'm here and there

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# Here and there

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# On Here And There! #

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Oh, hello, tiddlers! How're you tiddling?

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Ha-ha! Mr Bloom here. Now, I like going out and about. Yeah.

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I like going here and there to do lots of fun things

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and find out about new places. What do you like to do

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where you live? Perhaps you like to go swimming with your family

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-or go to the park with your friends.

-RINGING

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Ooh, it looks like someone's got into touch. Let's see who it is.

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Hello, I'm Ivana! I love the park because I can play with my hula hoop.

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And there's lots of room to run around. Whee!

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Do cartwheels, too!

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Hello, Mr Bloom, I'm Madeleine, and I live in South Wales.

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I love coming to Victoria Gardens with my dad

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because there's lots of things to see.

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I'm Alexander, and I love coming to the park

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because I love playing with my friends here.

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Shh!

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Where are you?!

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-Boo!

-Boo!

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-We love where we live!

-Please come for a visit, Mr Bloom!

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-We would like to show you around.

-ALL: Yay!

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Eh! Well, that sounds like a great idea. I'd love to come.

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# Whereabouts will I end up next?

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# Let's put my route finder to the test

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# It could be a beach A village or a city

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# Museum or a school A garden so pretty

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# A church or a station A river or town

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# I just can't wait till you show me around

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# Tiddlers, I'm on my way!

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# So where am I today? #

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Ah, there they are!

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Hey! It's Alexander, Maddie and Ivana. Hello there!

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ALL: Hello, Mr Bloom!

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Aw! Well, thanks for inviting me to your park.

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I can tell you, it's a lovely place, this. Look at it!

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And I'm intrigued, what are all these things here?

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-They're called the Gorsedd Stones.

-The Gorsedd Stones.

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Wow, that sounds exciting! They look very old to me.

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Have they been here a long time?

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They've been here nearly for 100 years.

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And why did people put them here in the first place?

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-For the Eisteddfod.

-The Eisteddfod? You'll have to tell me what that is.

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-It's a Welsh festival of music.

-Wow! So all those years ago,

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there was loads of music here? I'd like to have seen that, would you?

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-Yeah.

-Yeah. And do you have music elsewhere in the park?

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Yeah, on the bandstand over there. Come with me.

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All right, you lead on!

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-This is a nice bandstand, Alex. But you know what it's missing?

-Band.

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A band. That's right. So do you reckon we could be a band?

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All right, well, let's put the band together. Come on! Here we go.

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Are you ready? Here we go. One, two. One, two, three...!

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THEY MIMIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

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That's right, give us a solo, Ivana. Give us a big solo.

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Ha-ha!

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That's it, go on, Alex. Play a big solo.

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Big solo. Whoo! Whoo! Whoo!

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Give yourselves a round of applause. Well done, tiddlers, that was good.

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-So what else is there to do here at the park?

-The playscheme.

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-Playscheme? That sounds fun. Where's that?

-Over there.

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Right, well, let's go find it.

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-Yeah!

-I wonder what they're doing inside, Mr Bloom!

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Well, let's go find out, Ivana.

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In we go.

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Ah! In we come, tiddlers.

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-Hey, hello there!

-Hello!

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-I'm Mr Bloom. This is Maddie, Alex and Ivana.

-Welcome. I'm Adrienne.

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We're running the playscheme in Neath Victoria Gardens today.

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Would you like to join in? We're making things out of modelling dough.

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-Wow, so I see.

-I'm making a spider. We've done some snails, haven't we?

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Yeah, you've been very busy here. What else have we got?

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The tiddlers are making things you might find in Victoria Gardens.

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There are pretty flowers...

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and lots of insects.

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Eh, look at that spider!

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Ooh, she's great!

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Zach's making a bucket of water.

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That'll keep the plants healthy.

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Hey, look at that!

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And there's even a drawing of me! Haha!

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It looks like everyone is very busy in here. What other things

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-do you get up to?

-You could go outside with everyone else

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-and do some circus skills.

-Hey, sounds good to me! Right...

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Wow, there are lots of things to try here!

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There are floaty ribbons. Ooh, they make pretty patterns!

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And some things are quite hard.

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Almost there, Maddie!

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Ooh, looks like Adrienne's been practising!

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-Have you done any juggling before, Alex?

-No.

-Shall we try?

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Throw it up, watch it with your eyes, catch it in the other hand.

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Bang on!

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Oh, nearly, Maddie!

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Try and do that.

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Whoo! That's all right!

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Eh, that's clever!

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One, two, three... Ha-ha!

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Whoo!

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Whoo! Oh, I need a sit-down after that, tiddlers.

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That was great, wasn't it? We've been right busy in this park.

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-What've we been up to?

-We've pretended to be rock stars

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-on the bandstand.

-Yeah, we've given it some guitar-playing.

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-What have you enjoyed, Ivana?

-I've enjoyed doing the circus things.

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I liked playing with the ribbon and doing the shapes.

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You were proper good with that ribbon.

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-We had a good juggle, didn't we, Alex?

-Yeah.

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And you were spinning those plates.

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-Was it difficult?

-Yes.

-I bet. This park certainly keeps you busy.

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-'Ey up!

-RINGING

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The route finder's got something for us... Ah! You know what

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it's going to show us? Different types of parks and gardens.

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Some gardens have beautiful flowerbeds like these.

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Ooh, they're very popular with the bees!

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Some have things to climb and places where you can skate and ride.

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'Ey up! And some even have lakes

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where you can sail a boat.

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Yep, a trip to the park is great fun!

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-HE HUMS

-Right, I've got it.

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-Are you Mr Bloom?

-I am, what's your name?

-Izzy.

-Hello, Izzy.

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-Nice to meet you. And you are?

-Nathan.

-Izzy and Nathan.

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-So what are you up to?

-We're Play Heroes

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-and we're complaining about the broken flowers.

-Play Heroes?

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That sounds like a fancy title. So if you're Play Heroes,

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-what do you have to do?

-You have to look at the environment and make sure

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everywhere is safe for children to play.

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The Play Heroes have a really important job.

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They look at all the areas where children play, to make sure

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they're safe and clean. If there's a problem,

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they write a report and tell the grown-ups who look after the area.

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-Hey! So you help out the other tiddlers? Is that right?

-Yeah.

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Well, I'm going to go find out how the other tiddlers are.

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They're here somewhere. I'm practising my juggling.

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-Do you reckon I'll get it?

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

-I hope so.

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-It's nice to meet you. See you later, OK?

-OK.

-Right, here we go...

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-Hello there, tiddlers!

-ALL: Hi, Mr Bloom!

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Ooh, this is looking good. Maddie, what are you up to here?

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We're making a mosaic garden.

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A mosaic garden! Oh, yeah!

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Look, you've got all these different types of mosaic tiles.

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All different colours. So you're pushing them down into the clay.

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You'll need big strong fingers and thumbs for that.

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-What bit are you doing, Ivana?

-The bumblebee wings.

-Yellow!

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-And which bit are you doing, Maddie?

-The leaves on the tree.

-Oh, OK.

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I'm doing the sky.

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-Shall we do stones at the bottom?

-There's a colour for a stone.

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-Mr Bloom?

-Yes.

-Can you pass me a green, please?

-You bet I can.

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-Here he comes.

-Thank you.

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Grr.

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Yeah! Shall we see, Maddie? Do you want to hold it up?

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Well, tiddlers, I reckon that is a triumph. And it's really nice

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to make something everyone can appreciate.

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Like the bandstand, the stones and the flowerbeds,

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-everyone will be able to enjoy it. So, well done!

-Yay!

-Yay!

-Yay!

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I've had a top time today. Have you, tiddlers?

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ALL: Yes!

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I've got to say a big thank you to you three for inviting me.

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I never knew Victoria Gardens was here.

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But I can see why you love where you live.

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And it's been great to meet you two,

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the Play Heroes! And Adrienne, as well.

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And what about you, tiddlers, have you had fun?!

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ALL: Yeah!

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I'm very glad to hear it. But you know what?

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It's time I hit the road. So you join me soon, when I'll be...

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-ALL: Here and there!

-That's right.

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-Bye-bye, tiddlers!

-ALL: Bye!

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Green-fingered gardener Mr Bloom helps young people around the country with their gardens and green spaces.

Efanna, Alexander and Madeleine love to visit their local park because there's a lot to do there. Mr Bloom pays them a visit, and before long they join in with lots of other children at the holiday playscheme, where they try out circus skills, make a mosaic and pretend to be rock stars!


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