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Two bank holidays and a Half-Term in May mean lots of extra days to find ways to entertain youngsters. But fear not! Below you’ll find a list of Bristol activities for kids in May hand-picked by me, a local Bristol mama and city expert. From historic Harbourside train rides to community street fairs, theatre shows, […]

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Before the days of family travel, toddler-road-trip-coping-tips and mamahood survival, there were all sorts of other travelling adventures! I’ve decided to dip into the travel diaries and reminisce over some of my favourite tales –…

The post From the travel diaries: my scariest travel moment appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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The first day of the Easter holidays was also the grand opening of the Big Bear Sculpture Trail at Wild Place Project, which runs from 6 April – 6 September. 20 six foot tall, brightly-coloured…

The post Review: Wild Place Project Big Bear Sculpture Trail appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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If ever a campsite was to exceed expectations, Camping le Capeyrou is it. Sitting on the banks of the dragonfly-abundant waters of the River Dordogne, beneath the cliff-top sentinel Château de Beynac, is this brilliant…

The post Review: Camping le Capeyrou campsite Dordogne, France appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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Have you planned your Easter holidays yet? There are some cracking (sorry) Easter activities for kids taking place in Bristol, and it’s not all about egg-hunting. There are bear, llama, wildlife, unicorn horseshoe and glow-in-the-dark…

The post 35 Egg-cellent Easter activities for kids in Bristol appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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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,…

The post Bristol’s best kids’ playgrounds appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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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…

The post Review: Y Felin cottage Snowdonia – the ultimate rural weekend break in Wales appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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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…

The post Fun things to do in Bristol with kids in March 2019 appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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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)…

The post Living in Bristol: I live in Bristol because… appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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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…

The post Luxury glamping Lanzarote: Finca de Arrieta review appeared first on This Bristol Brood.

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