5 train journeys from London

5 train journeys from London

With the Extinction Rebellion staging several protests within our city, Greta Thunberg hitting the headlines for all the right reasons and even our children participating in protest marches, it is hard to ignore climate change, and most importantly the change within...
10 reasons to take your teens to Camp Bestival

10 reasons to take your teens to Camp Bestival

We are now quite seasoned in the world of festivals, having gone to Wychwood for three years in a row and Feastival last year. This year we were invited to much praised, Camp Bestival. In my mind, this festival had grown in popularity because of parents with young...
A morning alone in Covent Garden

A morning alone in Covent Garden

As much as I have enjoyed my children’s company over the summer holidays, the moment September rears its head, I can’t deny Im not looking forward to a few child-free hours! This year to celebrate my regained freedom, I decided to head to an area of London...
6 tips for a successful family road trip in Italy

6 tips for a successful family road trip in Italy

This is a guest post Road trips can be stressful at the best of times, but with kids, it can be even more of an ordeal. Hungry, tired and grumpy children screaming endless repetitions of “Are we there yet?” doesn’t exactly make for a relaxing holiday! So, continue...
Our Review of Carter’s Steam Fair

Our Review of Carter’s Steam Fair

Every year, the fair comes to our local common, and the kids love it. Me, less so … the blaring techno, the lackadaisical staff and the normal, run-of-the-mill rides. After year one, I was bored. However, we’ve recently visited a fair that might just have...
Cultured Kids #48

Cultured Kids #48

We are rolling into the summer holidays, can you believe it! Time to spend lots of time over the summer exploring all the culture in London this summer! We are hopefully catching the Chihuly: Reflections on nature at Kew Gardens and we definitely want to see the...