Travel & Days Out

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

Blog On MSI Ice Breaker

| Travel & Days Out, UK

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

| Reviews, Travel & Days Out, UK

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

| Travel & Days Out, UK

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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Totseat, The Portable Highchair

| Reviews, Travel & Days Out

  Lucas was recently sent a Hippychick Totseat* to review. The Totseat portable highchair is made of robust, washable and comfortable fabric, which is Oeko-Tex approved and suitable for babies from around 8 – 30 months. It is very versatile converting high-backed, low-backed, knobbly, open-backed or rounded dining chairs into a safe high chair for your baby. It is really […] Read more…

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Sir Quentin Blake Takes on Tatton Park Mansion

| Charity, Travel & Days Out, UK

Tatton Park’s 18th century mansion houses a number of precious and historical works of art from the 14th to 20th century, including paintings by Canaletto, Van Dyck, Chardin and Guercino (as part of the Egerton family’s diverse collection). This year, Tatton is delighted to add a temporary addition to this collection – a wonderful illustration […] Read more…

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Exploring Tatton Park With Roald Dahl

| Travel & Days Out, UK

  I’ve previously written about Roald Dahl at Tatton Park and more recently about how to spot a witch there. Lucas and I took my Grandma for a day exploring Tatton Park* last month as we knew how much she would love the gardens. As we drove up to the car park we were greeted by herds […] Read more…

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How To Spot A Witch With Roald Dahl

| Travel & Days Out, UK

  As every Roald Dahl fan knows, real witches are all around us. They don’t wear black hats and fly around on broomsticks – they are much more difficult to spot…..unless you know the telltale signs. In celebration of its new How to Spot a Witch Manual installation – part of Roald Dahl’s Tremendous Adventures […] Read more…

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Our Day At Geronimo Festival

| Reviews, Travel & Days Out, UK

  As a Geronimo ambassador we took Lucas to his first festival at the end of May. Geronimo Festival  is a family festival aimed at 2-13 year olds, although there is nothing to say younger and older children won’t enjoy it too.     The queue to get in to Tatton Park was long and […] Read more…

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Knowsley Safari Park review

| Reviews, Travel & Days Out, UK

  A couple of weeks ago we took Lucas to Knowsley Safari Park*. The safari park is an impressive 5 mile wild animal safari drive as well as a walk round park like you would expect of a zoo. It is currently home to over 750 fascinating animals.     I really couldn’t have picked […] Read more…

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