About Alice Langley

Alice Langley is travel obsessed mother of two who describes herself as a planner, schemer, and endless dreamer. After leaving her teaching job to raise a family, Alice rediscovered her love of writing and starting blogging in 2011. She now has a wonderful new career as freelance writer and community manager and can be found sharing her travels over at projectwanderlust.co.uk and @imalicelangley

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Baby Loss Awareness Week: A round-up of blog posts

9th-15th October 2016 marks Baby Loss Awareness Week in the UK and bloggers across the BritMums network have been doing what they do best and using their digital platforms to share stories of support, survival and the ongoing struggles that come with miscarriage and baby loss to let others know that they are not alone […]

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Ever wondered if a family cruise is for you?

Have you ever wondered if a family cruise is for you? Do you want to know more about what cruise companies offer for families of all ages onboard? Are you interested to see what the inside of a cruise ship really looks like? We sent two family travel bloggers for a day of fun filled […]

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Education Round-up: It’s SATs time of year again

I sit here writing this month’s BritMums Education Round-up racked with nerves as right at moment my baby (ok, yes she is 7 but will always be my baby) is sitting in her school hall on the first day of her end of KS1 SATs testing week. A lot of has been said about testing […]

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Why I’m keeping my children home as a protest on May 3rd

Penny Alexander is a former educational consultant, teacher and head of department in secondary school, she has two children aged 7 and 9 and blogs about family lifestyle and travel at parentshaped.co.uk, wayfair.co.uk/aresidence and spaceinyourcase.com. Here she shares her views on the upcoming May 3rd strikes and how supporters can get involved. What are the […]

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Education Round-up: School places and testing

For most parents, and their children of course, returning from Easter break is the start of a stressful few months school-wise so I’m starting this BritMums Education Round-up with a little humour from Babi a Fi with their (tongue in cheek) look at the British Education System. School Places This week sees most parents find out where […]

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Education Round-up: School choices & road trips

Here we are over half way through January already, three weeks into the first half term of 2016.  I don’t know if it’s just me, but once you become a parent to school aged children I swear life starts to fly by even quicker. I can’t believe I’m back already with my second BritMums Education […]

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Education Round-up: December 2015

I have really enjoyed putting together my first BritMums Education Round-up. As an ex-teacher, now with two children of my own going through the state school system, I find the whole subject of how and where we teach our children fascinating. As this was my first month I didn’t set a theme; I wanted to […]

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Guest post: Cutting and sticking isn’t just for kids

Alice Langley was a further education teacher before taking voluntary redundancy to raise her daughter (and number two, due very soon). Writing her An Essex Wife blog as a hobby, Alice soon realised writing was where she belonged. Here, she discusses why the ‘make do and mend’ mantra means arts and craft time is no […]

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