In recent years, the outdoor ice rink has become as ubiquitous as the panto as part of the Christmas children’s entertainment..
If you’re looking for an August bank holiday activity that won’t break the bank, why not pop down to the Victorious Festival...
Colourscape is a trippy experience straight out of the Seventies. A series of coloured tents creates a mega structure which bends light and..
Marwell Wildlife is celebrating 40 years as a wildlife park this year. Situated in the grounds of Marwell Hall, Marwell Wildlife has become..
Having grown up slightly envious of friends who spent summers camping out at festivals I always wanted to take my children on that kind of..
Another Sussex gem this week – perfect if you need to cool off in the deliciously hot weather we’ve been having. Wilderness..
Sussex is a brilliant place to live, but many of the amazing attractions are outdoor-based. Luckily we seem to exist in a weather microcosm..
Last week we were invited to take the children to the opening night of Christmas at Marwell Wildlife. Santa having skydived into the park..
Last week, we were lucky enough to attend the launch of the 2011 Royal Pavilion Ice Rink in Brighton and I’m happy to report that..
Following two successful Harvest festivals at Jimmy’s this year saw the first Alex James Presents Harvest. A mix of musical, foodie..
Given that it’s the National Children’s museum, it’s perhaps odd that we haven’t featured Eureka! before –..
Last weekend saw the second annual Just So Festival held at Barneswood near Leek, Staffordshire. I took my family along to check it out on..
Practically every household has a fondness for one of Judith Kerr’s picture books, whether it’s The Tiger Who Came to Tea or..
If you’re looking for a day out in Cornwall then Paradise Park in Hayle is perfect for young families. With a wide range of birds and..
With our last Summer before Milla starts school stretching in front of us we’re planning to make it a Summer of good times. We will..