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ENJOY HALF TERM
Welcome to all new subscribers!
Half term is all but two weeks away. Excuse us while we roll around the floor laughing. Someone please press pause, the years are slipping by.
We’ve included outdoor options in this holiday round up. What’s a bit of snow (hail, sleet, wind) when you have children who need to let off steam in a pollution-free zone?
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“Great exploration and wildlife,” says a dad. Escape the capital to stroll among lakes, ponds and gardens, not far from Hammersmith Bridge. Each February, a “London Puddle Jumping Championships” invites youngsters to jump into paddling pools. Pack wellies and a change of clothes! Meander along paths to a small playground then back to a dinky cafe.
“Lots of animals to cuddle,” says this mum of 1. We’re not sure which out of the sheep, giant rabbits, rare breed pigs, long-necked llamas and a meerkat family are safe to hug, so do ask! The farm opens up at half term with a ‘Conservation Week’ – an array of events including an Alpine Adventure: storming down a hill in squidgy donuts.
Outdoor fun in safe hands on the south coast. This is childcare that kids beg to return to. We’re talking Nerf games, Harry Potter and Minecraft themed play. “Our son comes home happy, shattered and with lots of stories,” says a parent about the Sussex and beyond camps. Find locations and how to book this half term here.
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