Checking out Cheltenham Rocks

Are you often looking for things to do in Cheltenham and the Cotswolds with the family? Cheltenham Rocks is worth checking out as you can browse events and activities going on and get inspired. As a family, we use the website to find out what’s on as it’s a one-stop-shop for events, attractions, groups, activities... Continue Reading →

A Day Out at All Things Wild

Have you been to the slightly weird but wonderful All Things Wild? It’s a ‘nature centre’ near Evesham which has an abundance of things to see and do for kids. Not only does it have at least three great play areas, but also animal walk-throughs, a soft play barn, sand-pits, go-karts and, our favourite, the... Continue Reading →

Dinosaur Spotting at Birdland

Last Bank Holiday Monday we went to Bourton-on-the-Water which was a sweaty heaving mess of people. Like most places around the country I guess because it was so hot. Anyhow, we escaped to Birdland which was also busy but we found some sanctuary in its new ‘Jurassic Journey’ spotting dinosaurs. Regular readers will know Ed’s... Continue Reading →

Have we found the Gruffalo’s house?

One of Ed’s favourite things to do is finding sticks. So, a walk on Crickley Hill, Birdlip is ideal for us and I’d highly recommend it for other families. We visited on a beautiful morning in April. It’s only a 15-minute drive from Cheltenham town centre and you really can ‘get lost’ in the woods.... Continue Reading →

A Trip to Sudeley Castle

We visited Sudeley Castle on a grey and wet Monday but still had a lovely time exploring the gardens, hearing about the resident ghosts and climbing the new play fort. Ed and I went along with some of our friends who have the yearly pass as they live nearby in Winchcombe. We have been before,... Continue Reading →

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