Ideas for days out with the family in and around the East Midlands this February half term, whatever the weather!
Looking for something different to do for a weekend or break with the kids?
Here are our camping and glamping ideas, from family festivals to remote wooden huts, helping you find something for everyone to enjoy!
From gift ideas for school friends and presents for young children, through to toys for rainy days, here are 5 toy reviews that can fuel the imagination of every child!
With the activities, displays, funfair, animals, reptiles, soft play, outdoor play areas and more, there’s just so much to do at Hatton Adventure World for a day out with the family. Check out our review here…
As first-timers to Butlin’s, we had no idea what to expect. With continuous family-friendly entertainment and activities, along with such fantastic staff, here’s our review of the Just For Tots week at Skegness…
If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure with the family, Conkers is a fantastic way to explore the National Forest, whatever the weather – it is fun, educational and great for all ages.
We can’t thank Mint Snowboarding enough for giving Lily her snow legs. If you want to teach your kids to snowboard, look no further than the amazing team at Mint Snowboarding.
We can’t recommend Treeline Chalets enough for making mountain holidays as easy as possible with the family. Here’s the first of 2 parts about taking kids to the mountains!
Twin Lakes is a fantastic day out in Leicestershire for all the family, whatever the weather. Here’s my review, and what happens at the Family Scream Park too!
Hawkwise Falconry offer unique experiences for all ages and abilities. We got involved in their magical spell jar making activities at the beautiful Cattows Farm.
West Lodge Farm Park is a great day out for all the family, whatever the weather, with friendly staff, animal encounters, and some fantastic well-organised events.
A brand new Farm Park set in the Leicestershire countryside, that is friendly, affordable, and a fun day out for all the family, whatever the weather.
A fun-packed day out for all ages, with animal encounters, animals of all sizes, cafe and coffee shop, as well as indoor and outdoor play areas set in Matlock, Peak District.
If you’re looking for an affordable, family-friendly campsite in the Peak District with plenty of facilities, I can’t recommend Middlehills Farm enough.
If you’re looking for screen-free activities for toddlers and young children that are fun or educational, check out our review of some of our favourites for travel, days out and quiet time!
With seasonal events running throughout the year as well as both indoor and outdoor activities, the National Forest Adventure Farm is a great day out for all the family.
We visit Wistow Maze and Wistow Rural Centre every year, and once again it didn’t disappoint. A great day out in the Leicestershire countryside with the family. Here’s the review…
We’ve had an amazing day out with friends and family at Twycross Zoo. Super educational, fun activities, play areas and the most beautiful animals. Here’s our review…
Festival camping with a 4-year-old was a whole adventure in itself. Here’s what we learnt as well as a few essentials. Thank you again Gloworm Festival for an epic weekend!
Gloworm Festival weekend in Thoresby Park was just epic. The family festival completely blew away our expectations, and more. Here’s my review of our first festival camping experience with a little one…