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Bristol’s best kids’ playgrounds

Kids’ playgrounds – aside from the occasional slide-turn-taking politics – are worth their weight in gold when it comes to entertaining children for free, for hours on end. Bristol has over 400 parks and gardens,…

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Review: Y Felin cottage Snowdonia – the ultimate rural weekend break in Wales

I knew a little about Snowdonia before we booked a long weekend there at the end of February half term. I’d heard tales of its beauty, its ancient rocks, extinct volcanoes rising out of the…

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Fun things to do in Bristol with kids in March 2019

From petting baby animals to family-friendly theatre, a food festival to dance classes and Mother’s Day crafts, I’ve put together a list of fun things to do in Bristol with kids in March 2019. Fun…

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Living in Bristol: I live in Bristol because…

If I’m going to write a blog that focuses a lot on living in Bristol, the fun child-friendly stuff you can do in Bristol (as well as family travel adventures in the UK and worldwide)…

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Luxury glamping Lanzarote: Finca de Arrieta review

Finca de Arrieta in Lanzarote is one of the most environmentally-conscious and unusual places we have stayed as a family. An eco village with Mongolian yurts and stone cottages surrounded by dramatic mountains and sea…

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Review: Slapstick Sunday with Andy Day at Bristol Hippodrome

My two daughters and I popped along to one of Bristol’s most iconic theatres last weekend to enjoy a good giggle at Slapstick Sunday with CBeebies star, Andy Day. Here’s my review of the Bristol…

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What to do in Bristol with kids when it’s raining

Grey clouds, lashing rain, or miserable drizzle, it’s not the most unfamiliar sight in the UK, and Bristol – with its location to the coast and Somerset hills – often gets more mizzle than most.…

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Mama Travels Earth rebranding to This Bristol Brood

It’s happened, I’ve done it, I’ve shed my blog name, URL and social media handles of several years – all those associated with www.mamatravelsearth.com – and wiped them (almost) from the face of the internet.…

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