Crewe Heritage Centre Review

During our Easter holiday break in the Peak District, we were eager to explore a part of the country that we knew little about. We had planned a few days out in the area and one of our adventures took us to the Crewe Heritage Centre. Crewe Heritage Centre is a railway museum located right next to

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Exploring Greenwich Attractions as a Family

Over the summer last year, we found ourselves in London and decided to explore somewhere that neither Dave or I could remember ever going to before aside from school visits so many years ago. It’s always nice to explore somewhere new as a family so we planned our day out in Greenwich. There are so

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Brickosaurs at Marwell Zoo, Hampshire

Last week Little Man turned six and to celebrate his birthday Marwell Zoo, near Winchester in Hampshire, invited us to visit to experience the Brickosaurs tour – an interactive expedition that has been added to the zoo until September 2019. It took a specialist team 969 days and more than two million bricks of Lego

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Two Hours in Rochester

When we went to Diggerland we stopped off in Rochester for a couple of hours on the way home. It’s somewhere we hadn’t been before and we only visited as I saw Rochester Castle on the map but it’s somewhere I wish we could have stayed longer.

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The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience London

Last week I was invited to Press Week at the newly launched Crystal Maze LIVE experience in London’s West End. The Crystal Maze LIVE has been around for a few years now but this is the first time it’s been seen in such a prominent part of London. Occupying the old Ripley’s building in the

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Diggerland Kent Review

Over Easter we were invited to Diggerland in Strood, Kent to see what we thought of the attraction. We’d never been to Diggerland before and hadn’t heard of it until a couple of years ago so we headed to Kent with completely open minds, excited for a day of family fun.

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Gladstone Pottery Museum Review

When we went on holiday to Staffordshire one thing we wanted to do was learn more about the pottery industry which was – and still is – huge in the area. There are so many pottery factories and many of them have their own tours with big names like Wedgewood, Emma Bridgewater and Portmeirion it’s

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