10 Things To Do This Half Term In Dorset

Half term is here! One week whole week off from the school runs and plenty of quality time to enjoy with our little ones. Like any parent, my girls can drive me round the bend sometimes but I do love it when they are off. By Thursday I will probably be eating my words and counting down the days until they go back to school. For now I am planning our week with excitement here is 10 things to do with the kids this half term in Dorset. Percy park keeper trail and Moors Valley – As long as the…

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Camp Bestival excitement!

The count down to Camp Bestival is well and truly on.  This year is the 10th anniversary of the iconic family festival and I just know 2017 is going to be bigger and better than ever. The awesome Pop Stars and Rock Stars theme being announced along with new preformers being added to the long list acts every week. These are the most recent acts, I can’t wait to see Anne-Marie she’s brilliant. I made the mistake of telling the girls we were going again this year and have had daily questions of “are we going next week?” or “what colour will our…

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Celebrating Chinese New Year in Dorset

The holidays may be winding down at your house, but why not have one more bash? Celebrating the Chinese New Year is a great way to brighten up the dreary mid-winter months and an excellent opportunity to introduce the kids to a little culture. The festivities are always a blast, as they’re filled with colourful animal and dragon costumes, delicious food and intriguing music. Take the whole family out to one of Dorset’s many pubs or community centres that are celebrating the year of the rooster, or stay in and enjoy some ethnic crafts and Chinese munchies in the comfort…

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Family Travel on a budget – Top Tips

January is all about planning and looking ahead at what the year will bring us. What do I want 2017 to bring me? Fun time with my family is always top of the list and this year I want us to take our first trip abroad all together. I’ve been abroad with Maisy and Bella before Lottie was born but little Lottie has never been on a plane! For two reasons; first being as a single parent the thought of me and three children in another country is quite scary. Secondly is the cost, it is so expensive to travel…

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National Trust Adventures – Corfe Castle

This weekend we pulled on our welly boots and headed over to Corfe Castle for our next National Trust adventure we needed to burn off some of that never ending energy my girls seem to have and Corfe Castle won their vote. I used to visit Corfe every year as a little girl, my grandparents always rented a cottage for a few weeks and it was lovely but I hadn’t been back for years and had yet to take the girls. From the car park there is a 10 minute walk to get up the the castle itself it’s a nice little…

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