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Travel and days out throughout the world, days out and hotel stays in the uk and France. Ideas of where to visit  with children throughout the world

Tips for travelling with toddlers

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Tips for travelling with toddlers

    Last January we spent my birthday in Caleta De Fuste, Feurteventura. I have been looking for our next holiday and D would love to return to the Canary Islands but I have been worried about the safety aspects of it now that Lucas is moving around, fearless and basically a little crazy, loving […] Read more…

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Roald Dahl at Tatton Park this Christmas – Win a family ticket

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Roald dahl at tatton park this Christmas win a family ticket

This festive season, experience Christmas in the most magical way as Tatton Park’s Mansion takes inspiration from Roald Dahl’s greatest stories. For a limited time only from Monday 21 November, enter a festive world where his extraordinary story telling weaves itself through the grand staterooms and in to the bustling servants’ quarters. As part of […] Read more…

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What are the car seat guidelines?

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  When it comes to buying car seats, it is seriously overwhelming. There are so many choices, ones that last for one stage, ones that last for two stages and then three stages. I didn’t even realise there were three stages! Then you have rear facing or forward facing, the money to consider, you obviously […] Read more…

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Big Imaginations Sponge Review

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  A couple of weeks ago, Lucas and I were invited to watch Sponge, a Big Imaginations production at Z-arts in Manchester.     Z-arts was formed in 2000 as a ‘creative space for young people’ with a priority on providing participatory activity. Creative learning is still at the core of everything they do, both inside […] Read more…

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The Fairy Glen with #MamiaDaysOut

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This post is an entry for BritMums #MamiaDaysOut Linky Challenge, sponsored by Aldi Mamia.   Aldi kindly sent us a hamper of snacks for Lucas to enjoy on a day out. I should have taken the photo before Lucas got his mits on the fruit pots! The hamper included their award-winning 100% organic baby food which […] Read more…

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A Frightsome Halloween as The Witches Take Over Tatton Park

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This October half term, get into the Halloween spirit with a week of witchy fun and mischief – part of Roald Dahl’s Tremendous Adventures at Tatton Park, a year-long programme of events celebrating 100 years since the beloved author’s birth.                                                                                                                            From Saturday 22 to Sunday 30 October, The Old Hall – the park’s […] Read more…

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Blog On MSI Ice Breaker

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In a couple of weeks I am going to my first blog conference, Blog On in Manchester and I’m feeling a little nervous about it. Zoe from Mama Geek has put together a few ice breaker questions for attendees to get to know eachother x Share a recent photo of yourself (or a doodle)Describe yourself in five […] Read more…

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In the night garden live

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A couple of weeks ago we went to watch In The Night Garden Live at the Trafford Centre. We love In the Night Garden in our house and it has been something Lucas has watched for months before going to bed. He has the musical Ninky Nonk, Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka toys so I was […] Read more…

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Possible Snozzcumber discovered in Historic Gardens

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Tatton Park‘s volunteers uncover an unusual large, striped vegetable in their historic walled kitchen garden This year marks 100 years since the birth of Roald Dahl, the world’s number one storyteller. Cheshire’s Tatton Park* is part of the official Roald Dahl 100 celebrations with Roald Dahl’s Tremendous Adventures at Tatton Park – a year-long programme of fun activities […] Read more…

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