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Bonnie Scotland

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Cornwall’s Family-Friendly Beaches 2017 Part 1

Blue Flag beaches are awarded not only for water quality, the award criteria also is concerned with the beaches facilities such as disabled access, life guards on duty and toilets etc. 804 more words

Drusillas Park, Sussex

Bing and Flop and Hello Kitty…the pure reasons we ended up going to Drusillas and we are SO glad that we did! We went in February so the weather was quite cold but the kids had thick coats on and the day we went turned out to be dry and sunny, so we were extremely lucky. 1,045 more words

Bruges Christmas Market

I didn’t realise until last year how close Belgium is to those of us lucky enough to live on the South East Coast. We first started looking at Christmas markets in England but decided, as we had recently bought the kids’ passports in the Summer and had become aware of some price-slashing deals, that we would venture out the country for Isaac and Perrie’s first time. 918 more words

Safari Park (without the Safari)

The heavens opened this morning and at this moment, our faces sunk, what were we going to do? With a toddler, it is just so flipping hard to think of ideas of how to entertain them when the weather is bad. 543 more words


Free pizza?! Family fun at Folkestone Harbour Arm

Last summer we spent a good few days down at Folkestone Harbour Arm which I posted about here. It’s a really fantastic regeneration project which is still ongoing, but during the summer months (March to October) pop up restaurants and bars open on the harbour arm and the place is alive with live music and djs. 482 more words