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Would you like to meet new people, enjoy the great experience of being a host family and make some extra money?


Whitehouse Guardianship is looking for new host families in Edinburgh for the coming year 2014/2015. They already have some wonderful families working for them but need more to occasionally host pupil(s) aged 13-18 who board in independent schools in Edinburgh, during their school term time and holidays. The length of stay varies from two days to three weeks - depending on individual needs. The main requirements are to be an English native speaker and to share your culture, daily life and time with the pupil(s). In addition you will be required to provide three meals a day. Very generous nightly rates apply.


If this is of interest and you would like more information contact Valerie Forsyth at thehighlands@lc.whg.eu.com


Host Families Needed in Edinburgh the kids (for a couple of hours)! Wave goodbye to


Get a break this Summer holiday, take advantage of Drop & Shop at Play Town. From 10am - Noon every day you can leave the kids with us while you head off. They’ll have a ball with our fun packed themed sessions, time in our


Have you got a spare room and want to make some extra money?


Would you enjoy the great experience of being a host family?


Whitehouse Guardianship is looking for new host families in Edinburgh who can host boarding pupil(s) aged 13-18 during their school term and at half-term.


Very generous nightly rates apply.


For more information contact Valerie Forsyth at thehighlands@lc.whg.eu.com @whgedinburgh


made MAY / JUNE 2014


new outdoor play area with its giant games and use of the Ocean Terminal ‘beach’. All this plus a snack & juice all for only £8.50.


Book now on 0131 555 1900


Maddie & Mark’s Play Town at Ocean Terminal www.maddieandmarks.co.uk


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