Category: Out and About

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Visiting Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield is a National Trust Property near Bristol. It consists of a magnificent Victorian Gothic Revival house, gardens and parklands. We chose to visit here in particular as we had heard it had multiple play...

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Walking in Winter

I love getting outside for a walk. It never fails to put me in a better mood, the fresh air, the gentle exercise and changing scenery really is good for the body and mind....

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Zog Trail at Westonbirt Arboretum

Over the past few years we have really enjoyed the Forestry Commission family walking trails based on the books by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. We were so excited to find out that the...

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Visiting Stonehenge

The only time I have visited Stonehenge was when I was very young. I remember very little about it other than seeing the stone monument from some distance away. Rich and I have passed...

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Sudeley Spectacle of Light

Last year we visited the Spectacle of Light held at Sudeley Castle for the first time. We were blown away by the experience. It was top of our list of priorities to do again...

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Getting our #HatsOn for #BBCCiN

I have been a teacher for almost 20 years now, and in all the schools in which I have taught, we have always done something to raise money for BBC Children In Need. Their...

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Giraffe Hunting in Worcester

I love the trend in statue hunts around towns, cities and tourist attractions across the country. I think it is a great way to get children walking, and explore new places. Even a trail...

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Our second camping trip

As you may know, last year was our first family camping trip. I had reluctantly agreed to give it a go despite hating the idea of camping. We had the best time, so we...

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The Big Feastival – our first time

I had never been to a festival until earlier this year. When I heard about The Big Feastival being a fairly local, family-friendly festival combining music and food I knew we had to go!...