We love climbing frames and wooden swing and slide sets, and we’ve seen so many benefits from taking the children to different parks over the years. Every school holiday we spend a day doing a tour of the local parks, and we try out at least one that we haven’t been to before.
This is a strange and unprecedented time in our lives. Families all over the world are in lock down. Whilst this might be a really difficult time in so many ways, it is also an opportunity to do things we might not normally have time for in everyday life.
Clay is a fantastic crafting material that can be used to make a range of creations. These can either be practical or come straight from the imagination – from small decorations to sit on your desk to more practical household items like coasters.
This inflatable adventure featured 13 different attractions including a 20m high slide, a massive monster truck, 13m high helter skelter and a Nerf shooting range.
Gandeys Circus presents its 2020 UK tour UNBELIEVABLE, direct from Hong Kong, featuring an international cast of over 30 performers. During the show, you join the perfromers on a journey from Victorian England through the USA, South America, Bollywood and Africa in an unforgettable fun-filled voyage around the world in 80 minutes!
Mud, diggers, more mud and more diggers – what more could a child want? If you haven’t heard of Diggerland you must check it out. There are five locations across the UK.
With Half Term here next week and the Easter school holidays fast approaching too, having a few quick, cheap and easy ideas of things to occupy the children at home can be really useful.
Have you been to a Cookhouse & Pub before? There are around 20 of these across the UK. In a nutshell, restaurant quality food at pub prices, making them a great places for families.