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My Top 10 Travel Posts of 2019

2019 has been an exciting year of travel for us, with visits to Northern Ireland, North Wales, France and Iceland. Although I now have a dedicated travel blog, Are We Nearly There Yet?, I still cover days out and travel here too and these are my most popular posts of the last year. My Most Read Travel Posts of 2019 1. A visit to Futuroscope with Kids Back in June we headed to North West France and during our visit we decided to visit one of France’s most visited theme parks, Futuroscope. Futuroscope is a theme park like no other …

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My Top Posts of 2019

At the end of the year I always enjoy looking back at my blogging year and seeing which posts are most popular with my audience, knowing there will be a few surprises in there. The past few years have seen a few that remain popular, despite being written a few years ago and this year is no exception with my top read post being from 2013!!! My most visited posts of 2019 1. How old is too old for Soft Play This was my second most read post of 2018 and is as popular as ever as it has remained …

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The Snowman Live Music Tour

I am sorry to mention the “C” word so early, but in reality there are only 108 days until Christmas and I have started of thinking of Christmas activities for the kids already. On our list for this year is the magical live music performance of The Snowman at Salisbury Cathedral that arrives in December 2019 as part of its nationwide tour. Tickets are now on sale at venues across the country for Carrot Productions’ presentation of the iconic film The Snowman accompanied by live orchestra. Most venues are predicted to sell out long before December.  Visit www.carrotproductions.com/the-snowman/ to get a …

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5 Ways to Celebrate World Book Day at Home

Today marks the 22nd anniversary of World Book Day – one of my favourite days as a child. Nothing beats the feeling of being able to go into WHSmith with your £1 book voucher after school and purchasing a new book.  World Book Day is usually celebrated in schools in different ways. Majority of primary schools encourage their pupils to dress up as their favourite book characters. So, if you’ve seen an increase in fancy dress costumes in your local Asda recently, then that is exactly why. However, we don’t have to leave World Book Day in the classroom. Here …

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