Durdle Door

A bracing walk to Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove

I love where we live and often visit different areas of the Jurassic Coast for a long walk to help clear my head and blow away the cobwebs. Without doubt one of my favourite walks is between Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door in Dorset because the scenery is breathtaking.  It is not an easy walk by any means, with steep hills, challenging muddy steps, and sharp cliff side drops near some of the pathways. It is not a walk you can do with a buggy so I would recommend you take small children in a back carrier and ensure those on …

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Walk and Talk Doc Doll

Walk N’ Talk Doc Mobile Review

We were sent the Walk N’ Talk Doc Mobile to review and the first thing I wanted to find out was if it really walks! First of all, getting her out of the box with excited small people around was a challenge as there is some assembly to do.  You need to snap the handle and the side seat into position on the Doc Mobile before you can get going. For the best results, Doc needs to be walking on a flat, hard surface so if you have carpet you would need to walk her on a table. To get …

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Walking to School with Regatta

Over a million British children have never walked to school Despite almost half (47%) of British primary school children living within just one mile of the school gates, over a million have never walked to school Walking to school has declined 62% over the past 50 years Parents blame ease and convenience for their reliance on the car, despite four out of five (79%) children expressing a keen desire to pound the pavement with them Over half (58%) of parents readily admit that their own children have petitioned for them to ditch the car in favour of walking  As children across the country get settled into …

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