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Days out

  • Some Favourite Things to do on the Weekend

    If weekends with your family are becoming a bit samey, you might need some new inspiration to freshen things up. It’s amazing the difference a new activity can make, even if you don’t feel like it at first. Below you can find five ideas to get you thinking about new activities with the family.   

    / 29 October 2022
  • 9 Ways To Escape The Hustle And Bustle Of Life

    There is no escaping the hustle and bustle of life. From the moment you wake up until the moment you go to bed, people are constantly on the go. People are always busy and always doing something. Sometimes, this can be a good thing. 

    / 16 March 2022
  • High Altitude | Dad Review

    High Altitude is a Trampoline park filled with activities sports and classes all featured around Trampolining, which can be great fun, but also a variety of health benefits. Their mission “Is to work with the local community to provide a FUN, SAFE and HEALTHY and INCLUSIVE environment for families to enjoy, no matter age or ability” is something at the core of what they are trying to do, that ould get missed by the fun of it all.

    / 16 August 2021
  • Roarr Dinosaur Adventure | Lockdown Review

    Roarr Dinosaur adventure is located near Norwich in Norfolk, just short time off the A47, if your not local you may find this a little difficult at first to find it, the attraction focuses on Dinosaur relating activity and exhibits with several play areas, also many of them themed on Dinosaurs etc. This review focuses on there Lockdown procedures as per government guidelines

    / 14 September 2020
  • Thorpe Park | Lockdown Review

    Thorpe Park is one of the Merlin theme Parks and located on the west side of London, about 10 minutes off the M25, it’s focused on big-time rollercoasters with some family fun, them like many have been closed during the lockdown and reopened with government guidelines, this review focuses on there lockdown procedures

    / 7 September 2020
  • Hunstanton Sealife Center – A Dad Review

    Hunstanton Sealife Center is located in Norfolk, off the coast of the North Sea near Kingslynn, the sealife centre is part of the Merlin group and the Merlin pass can be used to enter all year round, the centre focus son seals as it has a seal Hospital and recovery centre. It does differ from other Sealife’s as ive detailed here.

    / 24 August 2020
  • Willows Activity Farm – A Dad Review

    Willows Activity Farm is located in London Colney, near St Albans Hertfordshire and is home to over 300 farm animals and over 40 shows and attractions. In the last few years, its partnered up with the popular Characters from Books, TV series and films, Peter Rabbit. Many of the attractions are led by the design or characters of the TV Series etc while still showing Animals in there lives and farm.

    / 10 August 2020
  • Chessington World of Adventures | Lockdown Review

    Chessington World of Adventures is located on the outskirts of London at Chessington near Leatherhead, and about 10 minutes of the M25, though it can be very busy to enter so the 10 minutes could be longer, This Theme Park is part of the Merlin group and will accept Merlin passes as part of pre-booking. This review focuses on the lockdown steps and precautions, a more in-depth review of the park is here.

    / 4 August 2020
  • Diggerland | Yorkshire – A Dad Review

    Diggerland has been around for 20 years and has locations around the country including Devon, Kent , Durham and Yorkshire, in which an array of diggers and adventure at the heart of it. With indoor and outdoor play areas, Rides, Challengers and lots of different fun. The Location we would be visited in the Yorkshire one, just outside Leeds in Castleford.

    / 20 July 2020
  • Roarr Dinosaur Adventure

    Roarr Dinosaur adventure is an 85-acre attraction with Dinosaurs and other activities, but they also center around the love of Dinosaurs. Its located just west of Norwich in Norfolk, near Lenwade, and is open most of the year with different themed events around the year.

    / 6 July 2020