Mandi, the Britmums’ Arts & Culture editor, and I have been busy setting up a blog support for days out and travel facebook group where you can share your days out and travel posts or get some top tips and advice. We would love you to come and join is as it is a great way of being featured here.
With the weather being so lovely it has been great to see lots of people enjoying outdoor fun. Otis and Us enjoyed a Fairy themed day out at Archerfield Walled Garden in West Lothian, The Places We Will Go had fun at Trentham Gardens and Coombe Mill have been making the most of the sunshine on their farm. Tree climbing has become order of the month with Becoming a Stay at Home Mum’s little man getting to be a TV star for the day after Climbing Trees in Anglia and Mummy from the Heart tried out Go Ape in Bedgebury.
Easter trails were very popular this holiday and Little Hearts Big Love enjoyed finding treats at Black Park, we earned a chocolate rabbit each for our efforts at Kingston Lacy, as did My Two Mums and Mummy Shire staged her own hunt at home.
Acorn Stem went “Gramping” (camping with the grandparents) at Lulworth and enjoyed a visit to Durdle Door just up the road and we headed to Leicestershire for a Stay, Play Explore break which saw us visiting Twycross Zoo and the National Space Centre.
Dinosaurs were also popular item on the itinerary for a few bloggers. The Tiger Tales visited Jurassic Kingdom in London, a Happy Mummy headed to Paultons Park which is not only home to the Lost Kingdom, but also Peppa Pig World. Talking of theme parks, we loved the new Gruffalo River Ride at Chessington and West Country Mum had fun at Legoland.
Looking for some fishy fun were Boo, Roo and Tigger Too who found some at the National Sealife Centre in Birmingham and Charliemoos and I were one of the first to check out the new Caribbean Cove at Weymouth Sealife Centre.
If you have anymore Easter fun to share, please add your posts to the linky below.