Glamping has certainly taken the world by storm, and there are now numerous glamping facilities and accommodation options around the world that have brought traditional camping to a whole new level. Camping will always have its enthusiasts, of course, but if you’re the sort who likes the idea of being with and in nature, but isn’t really keen on sleeping uncomfortably or dealing with damp and moisture or bugs and other forest creatures, then glamping is worth a try.
If you are visiting North Wales and looking for a beach to explore, head to Talacre Beach. It’s a great place to spend a few hours as a family.
It is fair to say that 2020 so far has hit most of us like a sledgehammer, challenging what we consider as ‘normal’ life on a daily basis. However, despite the uncertainly, worry, stress and juggling COVID-19 has created, it has also presented a number of opportunities.
I’m pleased to say we have one of these fantastic board games to give away to one lucky Mummy Fever winner. Just complete the easy widget in this article.
Have you heard of UKick? Fancy giving your children something a bit different to play with this summer?
We began the week with a birthday celebration in our family, so there were lots of games, cake and general celebrations to kick off the week. It was lovely. We managed a zoom party with some friends, with a magic show and some party games.
We are not a family who play video games. We do not have a games console in the house, which, these days, seems very rare. Many of our children’s friends play video games, and if they don’t, their parents do
This week, some children in England have returned to school. In Wales, that hasn’t happened yet, but this week we have heard that schools in Wales will re-open at the end of June. It does not seem that this will be in a teaching capacity, but more of a checking-in with pupils prior to the summer holidays and September. Plans were also announced regarding extending the summer term by one week.