SEND Round-up: Where opinions & facts meet

October – there is little denying that autumn is upon us. The most emotional one in our family always declares it’s a sad time of the year as all the leaves are dying and it’s going to rain.. a lot. Our chirpiest still maintains that it’s a beautiful season with autumn fruits and colourful leaves […]

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Finance Round-up: Our autumn budget

It’s a month away from the Autumn Budget statement from the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond. If you didn’t realise it but now the main budget announcements will be made in November rather than in the traditional spring budget of March. For finance bloggers keeping an eye on the purse strings is something we […]

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A poetry competition by Premier League

We at BritMums can’t be the only ones to have had lumps in our throats during the recent Premier League Primary Star’s advertising campaign which features primary school children and international footballers reciting the William Hickson poem “Try, try again”, below. The video publicises the Premier League Primary Stars initiative, aimed to give resources and […]

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20 perfect beaches around the world

What makes the perfect beach? In my view, it is a very personal thing; some like people-watching on crowded seashores, while others do not want to see another soul to spoil their beach reveries. Others want fine, powdery sand so they can share those ideal moments on Instagram while others love the feel of firm […]

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Mums & Tots Round-up: Autumn inspired activity ideas

Autumn is most definitely my favourite time of year. There are so many gorgeous colours around and with crunchy leaves beneath your feet, it is just magical.  Children love autumn too, with conker picking and welly wearing, it is lots of fun for all ages.  I thought it would be nice to round up some […]

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Allergies Round-up: Updates from our free from community

Hello strangers! It’s been a little while since I’ve posted an Allergies Round-Up, but I am so looking forward to getting back into it and showcasing more blog posts written by some amazing bloggers who happen to be dealing with allergies. Let’s catch up on what’s been going on over the past few months. School […]

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Family Days Out Round-up: Half term inspiration

It still doesn’t feel that the kids have been back at school for 5 minutes, but we are already winding down to half term. The October half term is one of my favourites as it means we are on countdown to Halloween. My kids love nothing more than heading out to pick their perfect pumpkin […]

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12 Things for families to do on the north Norfolk Coast

California’s northern counties. There are wide sandy beaches that go on for miles, spectacular coastline, abundant wildlife and seaside communities. Norfolk even has surfers! Like the Northern California coast, there’s an untouched ruggedness and tranquility that eventually gets found out by the masses. Dubbed Cotswolds-by-the-Coast because of the amount of Farrow & Ball that has been used in […]

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#BML17: 5 YouTube tips you can use now

As bloggers we’re increasingly looking for ways to improve our video content and the leaders in their field, YouTube were on hand at #BML17 to give us plenty of ways to do that!  During their deep dive session where they presented to a packed house, they dispensed a multitude of tips that had influencers raving […]

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Expat Round-up: Expat breaks

If I’ve never said so before, I have a restless spirit. I like to be on the move wish is a good trait for an expat I think? Sometimes I feel that being an expat is like living an ongoing holiday. I don’t mean that I don’t take life seriously; obviously I have to because […]

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All-inclusive resorts: Why go & 10 of the best

The idea of all-inclusive holidays has been around for more than half a century. The pay-once holiday idea in its modern sense was dreamed up by Club Med in the early 1950s when the company’s Gerard Blitz opened his first resort at Alcudia in Majorca. At the time, Blitz said he wanted to “eliminate extra […]

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Food Round-up: Pumpkin

We’re into October and that means that Autumn is well and truly here. Time for comfort food and conkers, fireworks and turning leaves, winter woolies and cosy slippers and of course Halloween and Pumpkins. Halloween is undoubtedly a complete godsend when it comes to getting crafty with food and drinks. I think it might be better […]

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#BiBs2017 City Cruises Party: A night to remember

After a busy day learning all there is to know about the art of blogging, networking with fellow bloggers and brands at #BML17, there was only one place to be – the official #BiBs2017 City Cruises party! This was no ordinary party though, the #BiBs2017 was hosted by City Cruises on its MV Millennium Diamond, the impressive […]

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Win a family Big Bus Tour of London

Less than two weeks ago bloggers from across the UK and abroad gathered together at County Hall in London for #BML17, the premier networking conference for the UK’s most influential parenting bloggers and social media players. One of the #BML partners this year was Big Bus Tours, a hop on- hop off bus tour of […]

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