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a resort with lodging and facilities for skiing

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You see, while everyone else was taking it nice and slow, going down the bunny hill from side to side, Abuela pointed the front of her snowboard straight ahead.
By the end of the session, you may be ready to ride a chairlift to the top of the bunny hill for some serious shredding.
30am (free), Bunny Hill Children's Centre on Thursdays (9.
Consultation on the plans will take place at a public exhibition at the Bunny Hill Centre on Hylton Lane on October 15 between 2pm and 7pm, and on October 16 from 10am to 1pm.
Take it easier: You can also bring your own sled and play on the bunny hill for just $5 a day (or rent a tube)
People South of Tyne are being encouraged to attend special services at Grindon Lane, Bunny Hill and Washington Primary Care Centres.
Prof Danby has been working with the schoolchildren to help them with their singing techniques for the show, which forms part of the Bunny Hill Project.
His three children and Mallory's son dragged plastic sleds up the bunny hill at the ski area as their fathers followed.
He went on to Bunny Hill Customer Service Centre, which already brings together business, voluntary and public sector bodies to provide the community with a wide range of public services - including Bunny Hill Primary Care Centre.
There will be a centenary display and walk on September 13 at Holy Trinity Church, Southwick, and more 100th events at Bunny Hill library, Town End Farm, on September 10, 11 and 12.
The new facility continues the policies established by Sunderland TPCT at Grindon Lane and Bunny Hill PCCs, where minor injury and illness treatment facilities are provided alongside specialist health services to which patients are referred by a GP, consultant or other healthcare professional.
The firm, the name behind developments such as the pounds 35m Baltic Place in Gateshead, Blyth Community College, the Bunny Hill Centre in Sunderland, is also lead architect on the new pounds 250m regeneration plan for Newcastle's Stephenson Quarter, the region's biggest mixed use development in 20 years.
Grindon Lane and Bunny Hill Minor Injuries and Illnesses Units in Sunderland won the best practice and innovation category in the national Excellence in Service Awards, announced at the NHS Alliance Urgent Care Conference in London.
And he will announce the first 120 convenience stores to benefit from the three-year scheme will be in the North East during visits to the Bunny Hill Customer Service Centre in Sunderland and the Hartfields Retirement Village in Hartlepool.
Members of the lottery-funded Bunny Hill Wellness Centre on Hylton Lane, Sunderland, were out in force to highlight the local benefits of the lottery.