Holyrood PR TV Episode 61

Our Holyrood PR TV episode of the week takes a dive into deep waters with a little help from a pair of yellow submarines, news of a new app to help babies become bilingual and tasty bites with new clients and a tasty Holyrood Recommends. 

Fans of The Beatles are in for a treat with our first story this week as water quality engineers at Panton McLeod make a splash in the news thanks to its pair of yellow submarines which have been affectionately dubbed Ringo and Macca. 

You might have read in the news this week that one in three children believe that Jesus spoke English.

To help encourage young children to learn foreign languages, entrepreneur Val Thornber developed the GrowStoryGrow website.

Now the former teacher has also created a new smartphone app (availalbe from iTunes)  which used curring edge learning techniques to help children pick up a foreign language.

And if you’re feeling peckish after that lot our Holyrood Recommends this week takes a stop at Peter’s Yard, where a selection of freshly baked artisan breads, homemade cakes and pastries, as well as a range of made to order pizzas are served up daily.

 

 

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