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Summer Holidays

Rebecca Reviews: Mead Open Farm, Leighton Buzzard @MeadOpenFarm

There’s so much to do at Mead Open Farm, and with lots of it under cover, and with indoor and outdoor play areas too, it doesn’t matter what the weather’s doing. You can hand-feed the pygmy goats; bottle feed the lambs; help to groom the ponies; meet baby animals; learn all about chickens; win at sheep racing; and have a ride on a tractor-trailer – and that’s before you’ve had […]

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Mum to Mum members tell us all about their Hidden Gems & Special offers for #DaysOut Summer 2017 #TopTen @HitchinLavender @KidZaniaLondon @MoneyWhisperer_ @MilletsFarm @TopJumpUK

Hidden Gems & Special offers for #DaysOut Summer 2017 1. Kidzania, London: Top Tip from  The Money Whisperer We’ve been talking about Kidzania and how good it looks since I saw a review recently. Half price kids offer means we could have our arms twisted to go soon and escape all this rain! Here’s a link for half price Kids tickets which makes a very expensive day out a good way […]

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Rebecca Reviews: The Beach 2017, The Centre:MK

Target Age: up to about 10, depending on how much your kids like sand Two of The Beach’s main attractions are, first, that it is inside, and so it’s a perfect rainy day destination; and second, it’s free to use! Located in Middleton Hall, the big open area next to John Lewis and Next in The Centre:MK shopping centre, it’s a generous sandy area with a boarded section for buggies, […]

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Day Trips to London

Fancy a trip to London with the kids in the holidays? Using all the recommendations we could collect from mums on Mum to Mum MK, here’s our guide for getting there, and some of the best things to do once you’re there… Travelling to London by Train We have great rail links to London; here are some parking options: From MK Central*: Park for 50p per hour after 8:30 in […]

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Rebecca Reviews: Salcey Forest

Salcey Forest (Between MK and Northampton) Salcey Forest is a wonderful place to visit, all year round. There are three walking trails of different lengths, and two of these are buggy-friendly. If your family is mobile on two wheels, there is also a cycle trail to follow. Managed by the Forestry Commission, Salcey Forest often has themed trails for younger children to follow – so far, we’ve followed trails for […]

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ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Only about 30 mins away from MK, near Dunstable, Whipsnade Zoo (twinned with London Zoo) offers so much to see and do, and so much to learn about all of the wonderful animals who live there. It’s nicely laid out by Continent, so you can explore wildlife from all around the world and learn all sorts lots of interesting facts on the well-presented information boards – lots […]

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Looking for #Childcare this #SummerHoliday in #MiltonKeynes #Tennis #Sports #Fun

Hi mums! Sorry I haven’t posted in a while. Please check out or upcoming Summer camps! Summer Tennis Camp at Milton Keynes Tennis Club and Multi-Sports Camp at Oakgrove Leisure Centre. Please go to http://www.drhsports.co.uk for more information and to book! If you have any questions, please contact us at info@drhsports.co.uk or just drop me a message. Thank you!

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What’s On MK: Summer 2017

Here it is – your comprehensive guide to Summer 2017 in MK!  Phone, tablet and desktop-friendly, each link should give you more information from the event’s organisers. Let us know what else we can add… You can find the MK Play Association timetable here: MKPA Timetable And don’t forget The Beach at Middleton Hall, at the centre:MK shopping centre – free and open all summer!      August Tuesday 29th Parks […]

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#RebeccaReviews 2017 sharing her experiences in and beyond #MiltonKeynes @WaddesdonManor @MKmums2015

Waddesdon Manor, Aylesbury (National Trust) Waddesdon Manor is a National Trust property about 30 minutes’ drive from Milton Keynes. The stunning manor house was designed in the style of a French chateau, to house the massive art and curio collection of its owner. The gardens are equally beautiful, and there are acres to explore with older kids, and plenty of buggy-friendly paths to take with the little ones. The car […]

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#MiltonKeynes #Tennis Club for All ages

Introducing MKTC Junior Tennis http://www.mktc.co.uk/findus Get your children off to a great start with the most successful junior club in the area. Our junior tennis activities are a big hit with kids, helping them not just to learn the game, but to really have fun playing too. Our ever popular mini and junior sessions with Head Coach, Dominic Ross-Hurst and his coaching team take place term time Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday […]

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Amanda reviews Gulliver’s Dinosaur and Farm Park – April 2016 @gullymouse

Amanda reviews Gulliver’s Dinosaur and Farm Park – April 2016 Come face to face with some of the most fearsome, tail-thrashing predators of all time. We have unleashed more than 30 roaring dinosaurs across the park. NEW for 2016! Discover The Lost World Of The Living Dinosaurs. Interact with 32 life-like animatronic dinosaurs, including the terrifying tyrannosaurus Dinosaurs Alive! We have free-roaming dinosaurs for you to meet and greet Still only […]

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