Posts tagged with ‘school holidays’

  • Order Restored at Home as Kids Go Wild with Camp Wilderness

    By on August 4, 2015
    It was quite nerve wracking to send my kids on a bushcraft camping holiday. I was anxious when I picked them up – would they resent me for abandoning them in the cold woods for four sleeps? How wrong I was to worry – they had an absolute blast. Don’t take my word for it watch the movie we made […]
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  • Kid’s on bushcraft camp holiday with Camp Wilderness

    By on July 29, 2015
    We’ve all seen the coming of age US camp films where parents pack the kid’s off to camp for the summer. I worked as a sailing instructor for 3 seasons working on outdoor activity centres in the South of France and Spain. To me activity holidays are fantastic places for kids to learn new skills and make new friends. I […]
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  • Feature Post: Cunning with Credit Cards

    By on August 15, 2013
    Credit cards if used wisely can bring you many rewards. The way to know for sure, which will aid you, is to compare credit cards and see what’s on offer. There are hundreds of credit cards issued by dozens of banks, supermarkets and lenders. Some credit cards have low annual fees, while others offer a variety of rewards and still others provide […]
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  • Guest Post: Five family-friendly destinations in the UK

    By on August 7, 2013
    With the kids off school, why not treat them to a fun-filled Bank Holiday weekend? The UK has many family-friendly hot-spots, so pack your bags and enjoy a mini-break to remember. Here are five must-see destinations: Blackpool What would the summer be without a trip to the beach? Blackpool has one of the best coastlines in the UK and is […]
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  • Family Fun in Fuerteventura

    By on June 26, 2013
    When you’re searching for family holidays, there are plenty of wonderful, sunny places to tickle your fancy. Spain, Portugal, Greece, Malta, Florida, the list goes on. One family-friendly destination that certainly ticks all the right boxes is Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands, and it’s not hard to see why. This sun-baked island is located just off the west coast of […]
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  • Op Minimise

    By on July 18, 2011
    All quiet on the Western Front. Hagar’s epistles are sparse and in-frequent. Hagar writes: “Just a quick note to say if it ever goes quiet from my end, it is usually because we have to minimise (ie stop) any e-mails or phone calls from here as a result of a death. As you will have seen on the news today […]
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