• Diary Key
  • December
  • January
  • February
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  • April
  • May
  • June
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  • August
  • September
  • October
  • November

Reading Nick's online diary

Nick and Stu's diaries are separate so that they are easy for you to read. We try to update them as frequently as possible, however this isn't always practical and the diary may show availability when the date has just been booked or placed on hold.

You can see availability for the current month and the next 11 consecutive months.

We work a colour system (see key below) and the various days will show as to whether Nick or Stu are available, on hold with another enquiry, or already booked/not available.

Colour codes and there meanings

Key:
Available
Date Available
On Hold
Date on Hold
Not Available
Time slot booked
 

Timings on a weekday and weekend

The diary is divided into 2 - lunchtime and teatime - this is a broad term and doesn't always reflect the day accurately. Here is a little more clarification.

  • Weekday Lunchtime - Bookings during term time would indicate a school visit. If the visit is a full day - and it would be impractical to offer a teatime party too - then both slots will be marked as booked. 
  • Weekday Teatime - Timings are flexible to fit around the end of your child's school day. Parties could start at any time after school. We can discuss this in detail upon enquiry.
  • Weekend - We try to accommodate parties at lunchtime (concluding by 1.30pm at the latest) & teatime (commencing after 3.00pm at the earliest). Children tend to be most attentive and receptive when eating at a time natural to them.

 

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  • Diary Key
  • December
  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October
  • November

Reading Stu's online diary

Nick and Stu's diaries are separate so that they are easy for you to read. We try to update them as frequently as possible, however this isn't always practical and the diary may show availability when the date has just been booked or placed on hold.

You can see availability for the current month and the next 11 consecutive months.

We work a colour system (see key below) and the various days will show as to whether Nick or Stu are available, on hold with another enquiry, or already booked/not available.

Colour codes and there meanings

Key:
Available
Date Available
On Hold
Date on Hold
Not Available
Time slot booked
 

Timings on a weekday and weekend

The diary is divided into 2 - lunchtime and teatime - this is a broad term and doesn't always reflect the day accurately. Here is a little more clarification.

  • Weekday Lunchtime - Bookings during term time would indicate a school visit. If the visit is a full day - and it would be impractical to offer a teatime party too - then both slots will be marked as booked. 
  • Weekday Teatime - Timings are flexible to fit around the end of your child's school day. Parties could start at any time after school. We can discuss this in detail upon enquiry.
  • Weekend - We try to accommodate parties at lunchtime (concluding by 1.30pm at the latest) & teatime (commencing after 3.00pm at the earliest). Children tend to be most attentive and receptive when eating at a time natural to them.

 

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