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Come to BritMums Christmas Meet-up at Imperial War Museum London

It’s not even December and the season is already getting hectic! Take a moment to reset at our Christmas Meet-up, with a bunch of your friends, a nice warm cuppa and a peek at the newly revamped Imperial War Museum! Join us on 4th December from 10.30 – noon at the newly reopened Imperial War […]

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21 family recipes using flavour pots

OXO are convinced that their new range of Herbs & More flavour pots are so easy to use that they wanted to see mums let their little Kitchen Magicians do the cooking for once. So 15 BritMums bloggers took up the challenge and became assistants to the magicians as the children took over the preparation […]

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BritMums Live 2015: Friday Book Club Session

Imagine you have a book club with the hottest new novelists. What would you ask? Join our Friday Book Club session from 4.45 – 5.15 on 19th June 2015 at BritMums Live with authors Amanda Jennings, Cesca Major and Abbie Ross. It will be like a real book club — friendly, inviting, cosy — with the […]

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Bloggers make ‘Bootiful’ turkey meals for kids

Here’s a project our bloggers gobbled up: Creating family meals using Bernard Matthews frozen breaded turkey. Turkey makes quick and easy dinners that kids will love, plus it makes parents’ life easier with great meal options, ready in 20 minutes or less. We asked some mum and dad bloggers to tell us what they thought of […]

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Ivor Peters The Urban Rajah talks to BritMums

Hangout: Autumn curry recipes with Urban Rajah

This Thursday, 13 November 2014, we’re hanging out with Ivor Peters, aka the Urban Rajah, about delicious curry recipes your family will love. Ivor has cookbooks, is on TV, runs pop-up restaurants and has a spectacular moustache. Some of you may remember Ivor from BritMums Live 2014, where he spoke on one of our foodie […]

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45 tips to get kids to drink more water

How do you encourage children to drink water? That is the question we asked in our recent #MrMenEvian Twitter party. We all know how important it is for children to keep hydrated, and water is the best way to do that. With the great tips you shared, children will gain health benefits and have fun […]

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How going dry in November can help your kids

It’s Dryvember! This month, take the opportunity to scale back on your drinking. It could make a big impact not only on your health but also on your children. Take part in this challenge and you could also raise money for alcohol education. Helena Conibear, director of the The Alcohol Education Trust, challenges us to […]

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Mums: ‘NatWest gives me a glimmer of hope’

NatWest is saying Hello/Goodbye to customers these days – hello to good offers for all customers, goodbye to teaser rates and offers aimed only at new customers. It’s all about loyalty and fairness. The campaign includes a very funny video that has drawn the interest of the BritMums community. We take a look at what […]

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What fairness means to us, as parents & customers

“It’s not fair, it’s not fair,” is a phrase we hear a lot as parents, acknowledges Julie-Ann at Supermummy. Children are exquisitely attuned to the issue of unfairness. We certainly don’t want to see it in our dealings with adult life and our bank. “My Granny used to say treat everyone the way you would […]

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Jo Swinson: Shared Parental Leave helps close pay gap

Recently BritMums had a hangout on air with MP Jo Swinson, talking about Shared Parental Leave. Here, she writes in a guest post about how shared leave can help close the gender pay gap, which has endured for too long. Jo Swinson writes: This week, on Tuesday 4 November , we had Equal Pay Day […]

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November SnapHappy BritMums: A photo a day on Instagram

Like taking pics? Enjoy taking part in a little fun? Join in #SnapHappyBritMums, our daily photo challenge! Each day we set a theme, and all you need to do is be creative and snap away! Save the image above as a daily reminder to refer to. Go crazy on your blog, Twitter and  your photo sharing […]

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Confessions of a mother inferior

Ericka Waller, aka Mum in the South, has appeared as a speaker at BritMums Live, run a long-standing popular blog, made us laugh and nod knowingly, and now has written a book. Find out about her below — she needs your help! Ericka writes: So winning a Bib award for best family blogger gave me […]

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NatWest Say Hello Goodbye

How a Dom Joly sofa teaches fairness

Loyalty and fairness are two of the best qualities to instil in our children: appreciating loyal friends, playing fairly with friends, being polite and, for parents, teaching our children about these tenets. NatWest is celebrating these qualities too, by doing away with teaser rates and perks for new customers only and treating all customers the […]

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A day in Salzburg: perfect for the whole family

Sarah Ebner of Family Travel Times visits family-friendly places and blog about them with her children. Find out what happened when the family visited Salzburg. What’s important to you when you go on holiday? Since having children, I’ve found this has changed dramatically – and continues to do so as they age. When they were […]

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Should you be driving traffic to your YouTube?

Should you drive traffic to your YouTube channel? On the face of it, that’s seems like an easy question. Of course! Especially since video is increasingly becoming a platform and outlet that wields influence and increasingly reaches the people you want to. The long road to video We’ve been thinking about video for quite a […]

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#MrMenEvian Twitter party: How to get your kids to drink more water

We all know how important it is for children to keep hydrated, and water is the best way to do that. How do we inspire our kids to skip the sugary stuff and swig H20 instead? We’ll be talking all about the benefits of drinking water and how to get children to drink more of […]

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Top tips for making fairytale castle cakes

Our #BakeAWish Twitter party celebrated Fairy washing-up liquid’s search for the best fairytale castle picture to turn into a colossal cake, in its attempt to break the Guinness World Records™ title for the world’s largest cake sculpture. (The washing up from all 10,000 slices of cake will be done with 1 bottle of Fairy.) This […]

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Rachel Allen's Christmas Cake with Toasted Almond Paste

41 tips for baking and decorating Christmas cake

It’s never too early to start thinking about the Christmas cake. To promote delicious early planning, BritMums hosted the #XmasBake Twitter party so we could all share our best tips for creating the holiday classic. The party was sponsored by Currys PC World, where you can find all the mixers, bowls, cake tins, and utensils […]

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