Visiting Santa at Cotswold Farm Park

My website seems to have gone crazy recently with parents searching for Santa’s grotto info and in particular the best places to see Santa in Gloucestershire. Last year we visited Santa at Cotswold Farm Park.  It wasn’t a hosted visit.  We paid for our own tickets.  I’m sharing this info now as it seems to be exactly what you are all looking for! 

Ultimate guide to Cheltenham: Things to do with kids

This ‘Guide to Cheltenham: Things to do with kids’ will be helpful whether you are planning a family holiday or just a family day out in Cheltenham.  It features the BEST things to do in Cheltenham with kids, including the most kid friendly Cheltenham restaurants and rainy day/budget friendly options to make sure you and your family have a memorable time when visiting the regency spa town.

FREE Christmas events in Gloucestershire 2018

A round up of the best budget-friendly and free Christmas events in Gloucestershire.  Think of it as an early Christmas present from me to you!

30+ Christmas events in Gloucestershire 2018 inc. best places to see Santa!

With so many Christmas events in Gloucestershire it’s difficult to choose which ones to attend. This article lists over 30 Christmas events in Gloucestershire, handpicked by me, a local mum including best places to visit Santa in Gloucestershire.

Ultimate guide to Halloween in Gloucestershire 2018

A round up of the best Halloween in Gloucestershire 2018 events, handpicked by me, a local mum. 

Cornbury Festival: Tips for making the most of the family-friendly …

I’m writing this whilst sitting in my gazebo listening to the Cornbury Festival campsite beginning to stir for the third and final day of live…

Wychwood Festival – The perfect weekend to introduce kids to festival …

We were absolutely gutted to miss Wychwood Festival this year.  We’ve attended for the last two years and thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere of the three day event at Cheltenham racecourse, the live music acts, late night comedy and kids activities.  Last weekend we asked another travel loving family to attend in our place and report back.

5 reasons to take your kids to visit SS Great Britain, …

I’ll be completely honest.  When I received an email inviting my family and I to visit the SS Great Britain in Bristol I was going to politely decline, assuming that it wouldn’t be suitable or a particularly fun day out for my young sons (3&6).  My eldest son has recently visited with school so I also didn’t think he would want to visit again.  It turns out I was very wrong…  “Mummy that ship changed the world!  It’s brilliant you will love it.  The inside of the ship smells gross and a man shouts at you with a funny voice when you try to open his toilet door!”  Well if that didn’t change my mind nothing would!