Reviews

Here are all the reviews that we have completed – and it’s quite an eclectic mix. Scroll back further to see all the places we have visited, the events we have been invited to and the products we have tested.

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Updating my wardrobe with Femme Luxe

I don’t often buy new clothes and instead wear the same parent uniform of jeans or leggings and a top every day. So when Femme Luxe got in touch and asked if I’d like to update my wardrobe from their collection it seemed like a great opportunity to invest in some new pieces to wear throughout the year. Femme Luxe describe themselves as a current, classy and forward thinking online…

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Polesdon Lacey {National Trust}

A couple of weeks ago we went to Polesdon Lacey National Trust for the first time with Lauren and her little duo. It’s not that far from us so we met them on a weekend afternoon for a few hours. Polesdon Lacey has got plenty of parking and is situated in the middle of nowhere – or so it feels like it. There are amazing views in every direction, so much green space to explore…

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Young Voices – The Biggest School Choir Concerts in the World

When LP started Year 3 at school she signed up to the school choir. Each week she spends an hour singing after school, learning new songs and spending time with friends from across the Junior campus. It’s a highlight of her week and one of the things that made her sign up was the prospect of being part of the Young Voices concert. What is Young Voices? Young Voices organise…

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CanvasChamp Review – Personalised Canvas Prints

We have been meaning to get a canvas for LP’s room since we came back from Florida so when CanvasChamp got in touch and asked us if we’d like to review their service it felt like ideal timing and I placed an order immediately. The CanvasChamp website is really user friendly and I found the whole ordering process really straightforward. CanvasChamp have pre-set canvas sizes but you can also order…

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Wookey Hole, Somerset Review

Wookey Hole is somewhere both Dave and I visited when we were children and so we were keen to take the family there when we visited the area during October half term. Wookey Hole is an ancient series of underground caves in Somerset that have been turned into one of the area’s best loved tourist attractions. It’s been around for generations and we were excited to visit to see if…

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Start the Spring Cleaning with Ovenclean (Competitions now closed)

One thing that I know I don’t do often enough is clean our oven – and I can fully understand why it’s Britain’s most hated chore. But cleaning the oven is something that makes such a difference in the kitchen – especially if it’s done properly. To kick start our spring cleaning regime Ovenclean organised for our double oven to be cleaned – and I was blown away by the…

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A Rainy Day at Monkey World, Dorset

When we stayed in a yurt in Dorset a few months ago we took the opportunity to visit Monkey World – somewhere we have wanted to visit for years. Monkey World in Dorset is home to over 250 monkeys from 20 different species. It was setup in 1987 and was intended as a home for abused chimpanzees from Spanish beaches but is now home to many more primates from all…

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