Play at Home Festival

Keep the kids entertained this Bank Holiday weekend with the FREE Play at Home Fest

We should be enjoying Victorious Festival this weekend, but thanks to the dreaded Coronavirus, like many other festivals, it has been cancelled. Thankfully Play at Home Fest is here to save your summer by bringing all the fun of a family festival to wherever YOU are in the world! The action-packed, virtual play festival has been organised by Dr. Gummer’s Good Play Guide, @GoodPlayGuide across social media, and can be live-streamed and watched on-demand globally. And best of all – it’s completely FREE! The fun starts at 10am and runs right through until 5pm, with story time with Cat Sandion …

Read more

Keep the kids entertained this weekend with the FREE Play at Home Fest

We are still getting over the disappointment that Camp Bestival has been cancelled this year, as we have been attending for the last 7 years without fail. However, the help make up for it, we will be joining the Play At Home Fest, which is taking place this Bank Holiday weekend, on 23rd and 24th May 2020. It is being organised by Dr. Gummer’s Good Play Guide, @GoodPlayGuide across social media. The festival is part of a push to allow families to thrive not just survive during lockdown and offers a wide range of activities and performances across 3 virtual stages! …

Read more

Smyths Toys Superstore

Smyths Superstores – Family Party

It can be hard to find things to do to keep the kids entertained on the weekend, especially when the British weather ruins your plans of a nice family barbeque in the garden! However, thanks to our friends at Smyths Toys Superstores, you won’t have to stay in twiddling your thumbs this spring bank holiday, as children across the UK are invited to visit their local Smyths Toys Superstores on Saturday May 27th from 9am – 2pm for a FREE party! All children who attend any of the leading toy retailer’s UK stores will receive a FREE goody bag bursting …

Read more

Cherry Bear

A Bank Holiday Full of Fun!

Bank Holiday’s for us are normally spent with as many of the kids as possible, normally visiting local fete’s and festivals but this year has been different for a few reasons. Due to the nature of Hubby’s work he has to work bank holiday weekends and I was hopeful he would get this one off work so I could attend Blog On in Manchester which fell on Sunday. Thankfully he managed to get the Sunday off work so Abbey looked after Eliza and Isaac on Saturday afternoon, taking them to the cinema to see Jungle Book and Sebastian got to play …

Read more