7 tips for families visiting London’s South Bank

There’s so much to do in London as a family, sometimes it’s hard to narrow it down to a specific area let alone activities that all will enjoy. The South Bank area, and neighbouring Westminster, is especially attractive. There are museums, theatres, a giant ferris wheel, the seat of government and a working river to explore […]

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Celebrate 100 years of commercial flight with #Flying100 Family Holiday Challenge

Travelling is a holiday highlight for so many families, especially when you’re able to visit places you’ve always dreamed about. There’s nothing quite like being there to make those memories that last a lifetime. This year is the 100th anniversary of commercial flight, and to celebrate we want to hear about the dream destinations you’ve […]

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My Best Post of The Week >> Add yours

This week has been a super busy one for me, London trips twice, products to review, more turning up on the doorstep I shall be glad to sit down this weekend, oh no I can’t I’m off to London again on Saturday. I mustn’t complain though as I have had a relatively easy start to […]

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Join our Angel Delight challenge, win prizes

Angel Delight is the heritage brand pudding that’s fun to make as well as eat. The tasty and quick instant dessert has been whipped up by families since 1967. The new Bubblegum flavour Angel Delight, which launched in Tesco last September, can be used to make either a traditional instant dessert or a milkshake, with […]

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Politics Round-up: A no, payment cards & MPs behaving sadly

I left you last month with a feeling that Scotland was going to vote Yes. This was purely based on the fact that in my little corner of the blogging world YES was the resounding theme. As you will all know, the answer given by Scotland to the question of independence was NO. I was […]

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Twitter party: Make your Christmas cake early #XmasBake

  It’s the holiday staple on every Christmas table, and the time to start making it is now! Our #XmasBake Twitter party is all about baking your own Christmas cake – start early with a good recipe and the right equipment and you can easily create the classic Christmas treat. Come tweet your tips and […]

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Newbie Tuesday roundup: New beginnings

September has been the month for starting school, and lots of you have packed your children off to a room full of strangers with mixed emotions. Both Mummy Shire and Make me an Earth Mother have written about the start of school. But they’re not, as you might imagine, lamenting the loss of their babies […]

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How to choose a luxury family friendly hotel

Jo MacGregor is the founder of Quo Vadis Travel, the family holidays company and she shares with BritMums her six insider tips to make sure you pick the best hotel or resort for your family holiday. The Pool This might look gorgeous in the photos but depending on where you are going and when it […]

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Video: 7 budget egg meals made with leftovers

What do you do with leftover bacon, roast dinners, puff pastry, carrots, potatoes? Almost anything when you combine them with eggs, the perfect ingredient to create main meals out of common leftovers that also reduce food waste. At our #ShortcutEggsperts Hangout on Air held during British Egg Week, a group of food-loving bloggers shared their […]

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BritMums Foodie Round-up: October food

There were so many great recipes left on the linky after September’s Foodie Round up – thank you! As proof that I really do read them all and appreciate every single one, this round-up is mostly dedicated to them. That and Halloween – you have to have a few Halloween recipes in October don’t you? […]

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Survey: Post Natal Depression

Post natal depression affects between 10-15 in every 100 women having a baby, according to the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Depending on the severity, PND sufferers may struggle to look themselves and their baby.But is the condition recognised and diagnosed in a timely manner? One our journalist friends at the BBC wants to know and […]

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Travel round-up: A time for contemplation

Collating this round-up each month is always enjoyable. I read about amazing places you’ve visited and good food you’ve eaten. I share your adventures and dream about sandy beaches and swish hotel rooms. But travel can often be a time of contemplation. We may visit a destination where we are faced with a country’s history […]

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Teen and Tween Round-up: Anxious times

Quite without planning it, there seems to be a bit of theme with this month’s post – we’ve got an awful lot of anxious tweens. Is this a modern phenomenon, or has it always happened? What is it about the tween years that bring these things on? I have no answers, just some very moving […]

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Positively Inspirational Round-Up

Summer has been long and very warm. Usually this time of year it is starting to feel a bit chilly as Autumn sets in, but not this year.  As I write this, I am sitting in my back garden, sun hat slanted to one side, sunglasses perched on top and the sun is beaming down […]

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