Creepy Crawlies at the Arena, Camberley Review

One fail safe rainy day activity for us has long been Creepy Crawlies at The Arena Leisure Centre in Camberley. It’s aimed at under fives and has enough to keep any child entertained. The sessions run between 45 minutes to an hour and a half depending on the day that you visit although the price is the same regardless of session length – we tend to aim for the hour…

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Drusillas Park Review

A few months ago the lovely people at Visit 1066 Country invited us to explore some of East Sussex by having a day at an attraction in the area. Due to mine and Hubby’s working hours – and LP now being at school – we had to wait until September to have a date where we could all go on an adventure together and when the time came we chose…

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Disney on Ice: World of Enchantment

As the years go by Hubby and I are keen to start traditions with the children that we can repeat each year. One of those traditions that we’ve been waiting for the right time to start is an annual Christmas visit to Disney on Ice so I was excited when I heard about Disney On Ice Worlds of Enchantment. The action-packed ice spectacular featuring four fun-filled Disney stories is coming to the…

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Greys Court – National Trust, Oxfordshire Review

We are slowly working our way around all the National Trust properties within an hour’s drive from us and our most recent visit was to Greys Court in Henley on Thames. Just driving To Greys Court was beautiful – through Henley and over the little bridge across the Thames. Henley is one of my favourite places and it’s oh so beautiful. If you visit Greys Court or are ever near…

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Highclere Castle Review

Back in February I booked tickets to go and visit the home of Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle. It’s only open for two months of the year and as a lover of both Downton Abbey and historic buildings it was somewhere I really wanted to visit. So I bought our tickets – £12.50 for adults and children under 4 are free – and forgot about it until the day came round…

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The Vyne – National Trust, Hampshire Review

We are really enjoying exploring all of the National Trust places in our part of the country and the latest one we visited was The Vyne near Basingstoke, Hampshire. Considering the amount of time I have spent in and around Basingstoke I had never even heard of The Vyne before visiting. The Vyne isn’t that big compared to other National Trust sites but it is the perfect size to tire…

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A Very Special Blogger Picnic

Last Thursday I was invited to something lovely. A picnic with a bunch of bloggers that I had got to know over the last couple of years. Unlike other blog ‘events’ it wasn’t to promote a brand or any kind of PR exercise, this was just bloggers wanting to meet up and spend time together and introduce all the children and although the weather wasn’t the best we really had…

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