diddi dance offers fun and funky dance classes for the under 5s, encouraging activity and movement in a fun and safe environment. With a new dance style introduced every half term, from ballroom to hip-hop through to rave and bollywood, every child’s taste is catered for and with fun props to use, children leave the 45-minute classes full of energy and excited for the next week.
Hertfordshire is among the picturesque parts of the country, and thus it’s a perfect destination for those considering a short getaway. If you’re planning a visit to the area (or you’re fortunate enough to be a local), then you’ll want to make a point of visiting certain key locations – particularly if you’re going to be taking the kids along for the ride.
When was the last time you went roller skating? There’s something so retro and cool about roller skating, and, for me it brings back wonderful childhood memories of when my dad used to take school trips of children to our local roller rink. I would tag along and try to improve my skating a bit […]
Whether you’re a train enthusiast, looking for a fun day out with the family or just looking for an adventure for two, jump aboard and experience the magic of Churnet Valley Railway as they celebrate 2019 with an exciting range of both returning and new events.
What do you think of when you think of golf? I used to think it sounded so boring – hitting a ball and then going to find it, before hitting it again! Huh?
Camping – what are your thoughts? I tend to find people fit into one of two categories. The “we love it” camp or the “I’d rather poke myself in the eye with a sharp stick camp”. I have to say the bulk of the time I’ve the latter, but I think that’s because I spent so much time as a child camping with my parents, I had camping overload.
A lot of parents want to make sure that their children are not only active kids, but that one day they will be active adults too. After all, their physical health is just as important as their mental health, and not only that, but the two are very closely linked. There is so much evidence […]
There’s a relaxed and friendly vibe at the Cookhouse and Pub, which is along West Parade on Rhyl’s seafront. There’s a large pay and display car park opposite and also a cinema.