Review: Just So Festival 2019, The One With All The Mud!

AD | I have been or could be compensated via a cash payment, gift or something else of value for writing this post. See our full disclosure policy for more detail. Just So 2019 will go down in history, maybe because it was the 10th birthday of the now well established festival, but mainly because…

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Review: Into the Woods with Timber Festival 2019

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Review: HappyFace Family Rave.

AD | I have been or could be compensated via a cash payment, gift or something else of value for writing this post. See our full disclosure policy for more detail. What do you usually do on a Sunday afternoon, maybe have a snooze on the sofa? A stroll in the countryside, or perhaps sit…

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Review: Treetop Trekking at RSPB Coombes Valley

There’s nothing better than suddenly deciding to go out, cobbling a few very random picnic items together and jumping in the car (ha, who am I kidding? It takes at least 5 trips to the car to get us all packed and strapped in) and heading out. Which is exactly what we did today! After…

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Review: A Grand Day Out with Wallace & Gromit’s Musical Marvels

AD | I have been or could be compensated via a cash payment, gift or something else of value for writing this post. See our full disclosure policy for more detail. We had been looking forward to this for a while now, but the day was finally upon us. I had it planned out in…

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Five Go Eco Friendly! Top Tips for a Sustainable Festival Season

Festivals are now THE Summer staple for making memories full of music, theatre, silliness, dance and fun. But sadly, our festival fun can come at a costly price to the planet. Bigger festivals like Glastonbury can generate nearly 2000 tonnes of waste in a week, this equates to around 15kg of waste per festival reveller!!…

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Review: Well Natured Forest Group

So this wasn’t our first foray into the woods, one look at my Instagram feed will tell you that, but today we tried out a little outdoor learning session that was just so lovely I had to share it. Well Natured is primarily woodland play sessions aimed at pre-schoolers but it’s the beautiful setting that…

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Just So! Festival Preview 2019

Have you ever experienced proper excitement? I’m talking the kind that makes your tummy flutter with butterflies and your arms go all goosey! Yep? Well imagine trying to hold it all in for nearly 2 months! So, you can appreciate how excited I am to finally be able to tell you that we have been…

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Review: Barging About with Heritage Narrow Boats

AD | I have been or could be compensated via a cash payment, gift or something else of value for writing this post. See our full disclosure policy for more detail. March can be a tricky month to predict weather-wise, in the past we’ve had glorious sunshine and warmer no coat days and then again…

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Five Go National Trusting!

We love a bit of the National Trust, have been members for 3 years now and we’ve always got our monies worth from our membership fee. It’s something I highly recommend to friends with young families, as the National Trust has worked hard over the last decade to become more family focussed and shake off…

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