Santa Flights on the British Airways i360 – Review

We are big fans of the the Jurassic Skyline observation tower situated on Weymouth Pier, which offers brilliant views over the Jurassic coastline, so when I found out that Brighton had their very own version, I was keen to visit. Although the Brighton skyline is very different to Dorset, I was brought up locally in Worthing and spent many a weekend enjoying everything that Brighton had to offer. The first thing that strikes you about the BA i360 is just how high… Continue Reading “Santa Flights on the British Airways i360 – Review”

5 Time Saving Hacks for Travelling the UK

Train

Do you find it really tedious travelling across the UK? Although it may not be the largest country in the world, travelling throughout the UK can be both extremely stressful and time consuming. However, if you travel frequently, there’s a few hacks you can use to save yourself both time and money.  For inspiration, here you’ll discover 5 time saving hacks for travelling the UK.  1. Get clever with your bookings If you want to save potentially a lot of… Continue Reading “5 Time Saving Hacks for Travelling the UK”

My Top Travel and Days Out Posts of 2018

Corfe Castle

Yesterday I wrote about my top read posts of 2018, many of which were reviews of toys and appliances, as people now do a lot of research online before they decide to buy these days. My blog’s speciality has always been days out and travel with the family, so I thought it would be a good idea to share my top read travel and days out posts of the year too. Is LaplandUK as magical the second time around? The… Continue Reading “My Top Travel and Days Out Posts of 2018”

Making the UK more autism friendly with Autism Hour

Autism Hour

Back in July, Morrisons Supermarket launched a ‘quiet hour’ for autistic shoppers who struggle with music and noise, joining The Entertainer toy shop that also holds “quiet hours” during the first hour of opening every Saturday. As technology progresses, we are all hit by sights and sounds around every corner and for autistic people, the world can seem full of too much information for them to process. In a bid to make the UK more autism friendly, The National Autistic Society are launching… Continue Reading “Making the UK more autism friendly with Autism Hour”

Summer holiday fun with Super Camps multi-activity holiday camps

Entertaining the kids in the school holidays can be a challenge, especially if you need to balance looking after the kids with work. Even if you are lucky enough to be able to stay at home with the kids, finding things to keep them occupied and entertained for the six-week break can be an uphill struggle. Super Camps has the solution!! Did you know Super Camps organise multi-activity holiday camps around the country for children aged 4-14? Activities include team… Continue Reading “Summer holiday fun with Super Camps multi-activity holiday camps”