I’ve just received some rather fabulous news to cheer me up on an otherwise overcast autumn day… Cornbury Festival is returning this summer!
Worried about how you are going to entertain your kids over the six-week summer holidays without spending a fortune? Below you will find 50 ideas handpicked by me, a local mum, for summer holiday fun in Gloucestershire. The events and activities are divided into FREE events, BUDGET ideas that won’t break the bank, DAYS OUT and RAINY day ideas. (Fingers crossed you won’t need these but it’s always good to be prepared!)
If you are a little apprehensive about taking your kids to a music festival here are our five reasons why you should take your kids to Wychwood Festival in 2018!
If a day spent trying out archery, segways, forest bushcraft, climbing, golf and den building sounds like your idea of a perfect Sunday you need to reserve the 23rd April in your calendar for Forest Activities Festival!
This article features 30+ Easter events in Gloucestershire handpicked by me, a local mum. The events are divided into – budget friendly Easter ideas, local attractions offering Easter activities and attractions within a short drive of Gloucestershire. Good rainy day options are clearly highlighted, (just in case this gorgeous spring weather doesn’t last!)
We celebrated Easter last year with a visit to Wyevale Garden Centre in Gloucester to have breakfast with the Easter Bunny and Alice from Alice in Wonderland. If you are considering booking it as a special treat for your children this Easter we can definitely recommend it. The event is taking place at selected Wyevale Garden Centres from the 1st to the 23rd April, pre booking is essential. This is how we got on last Easter…
It feels like we’ve only just got back into the swing of the morning school run after the Christmas break but the half term holidays are here already! This article highlights a selection of the best February half term events in Gloucestershire.
Last year my four year old muttered those words that every parent dreads, “he wasn’t the real Santa was he mummy?” We were on our way home after our third visit to Santa in a month. Charlie was only four, although he was old enough to realise that the teenager in a badly fitted felt red suit did not look anything like Santa.