Following a lovely, relaxing Christmas we were itching to get out and about and take in some fresh air. I’d seen blog posts by both Cardiff Mummy Says and Teddy Bears and Cardigan about the Twelve Days of Christmas Days at Dyffryn Gardens, a National Trust property based in the Vale of Glamorgan, and quite fancied taking a look myself.   With it being the Christmas holidays and us being super…

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*Disclosure : We were invited to Hamleys free of charge in exchange for honest feedback* Aria is a very lucky girl as she was invited along to a party with Santa and his elves at Hamleys in Cardiff. Hamleys are hosting Christmas parties in selected stores right up until 24 December. The parties are aimed at 2-8 year olds and promise to be packed full of fun with games, activities,…

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*Sponsored Guest Post* Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in an economic and cultural sense, is the capital of Northeast England. The industrial city of Newcastle stands on the River Tyne, with its centre possessing many remarkable Victorian destinations, large shopping centres, and a lot of fascinating museums and entertainment facilities that you can share with the entire family. Keep in mind that some locations are pretty far from each other, but once you’ve arranged…

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*Written in collaboration with Voucherbox* Back last year we decided to visit Blackpool in October for the Illuminations. I’ve only ever been to Blackpool once before and I instantly fell in love with the place, Spencer had never been and wasn’t very keen on the idea of it but I was determined to change his mind! I challenge anyone to walk along Blackpool Promenade without smiling – I’m sure it…

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We have recently come back from a week’s holiday in Brean, we stayed in a lodge with a hot tub at the John Fowler Sandy Meadows park, the sister park of Sandy Glade. We booked this holiday last year after visiting my sister and her family when they were staying there, we liked the park and the price so much that we booked it there and then, taking advantage of…

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