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Destination Family Friendly UK

Where to find your perfect holiday destination in Dorset

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October 6, 2020

Lockdown has many of us itching to get away as soon as it’s safe, and one of the easiest ways to have a mini-holiday, while avoiding the uncertainty of international travel, is to keep it domestic!

The UK is full to the brim of beautiful destinations, perfect for slipping away…

Glastonbury Tor


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Destination Family Friendly USA

A visit to Glastonbury Tor with kids

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September 22, 2020

Ever since watching the film, The Kid Who Would be King, the kids have wanted to climb Glastonbury Tor as it featured in the film.

The film was about Alex, a 12-year-old boy, and his friends fight an evil sorceress with the help of Excalibur, the sword of King Arthur,…

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Destination Family Friendly

7 Ways To Have An Affordable But Exciting Trip With Your Family

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September 17, 2020

Going away with your family should be exciting for everyone, not just the kids – but when you have finances to worry about, it can be difficult to get excited. Making your budget stretch can be difficult, but it can be done, and you can definitely still have an…

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Destination Family Friendly UK

5 Great Walks for Social Distancing in Bournemouth and Poole

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May 27, 2020

You cannot fail to miss the headlines that Bournemouth and Poole’s beaches have been packed over the last few days, with people longing for some normality and some seaside fun.

Most of us are still conscious that lockdown is not over, but are still keen to find quiet walks that…

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Family Friendly Published Articles

Got a teen at home? Help motivate their studies with these simple suggestions

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May 16, 2020

Having a teen at home isn’t always plain sailing, whether it’s a lack of communication, bad attitudes and short tempers or downright laziness! We can’t be too hard on them of course, we were all teenagers once! They might not want to talk about their romantic relationships right now,…

Iceland from plane


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Destination Family Friendly

How To Keep Connected On The Road

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March 9, 2020

When you travel abroad, you may sometimes find that finding WiFi can be tricky and it may well be that you need your WiFi to do your work or to keep in touch with family. A lot of phones will allow you to switch your 4G and adapt to…

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Destination Europe Family Friendly

Review: Bioparc Valencia

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February 26, 2020

During our holiday to Spain, we took a day trip to Valencia, a port city which lies on Spain’s south-eastern coast, known for its City of Arts and Sciences.

Normally our city visits involve exploring as much as possible on foot, however, because Sebby had been poorly during the holiday,…

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Family Friendly

Our Travel Goals for 2019 – The Results Are In!

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January 2, 2020

Back in January last year, I wrote a post with our travel goals for 2019.

If I am honest it was a bit of a wishlist as we hadn’t booked anything and we had only just found out that my husbands job was safe after being threatened with redundancy.

As it…

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9 absolute essentials for travelling with children

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November 28, 2019

Family holiday packing lists are easy to find online and can give parents some reassurance that they’ve packed everything that they need when travelling with children. However, you’ll find that some packing lists can run to hundreds of items, which can actually add to any anxiety around packing for…

Bournemouth Wheel (1)


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Destination Family Friendly UK

2 FOR 1 Offers with a Family and Friends Railcard this Half Term

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September 25, 2019

Bracing days out by the sea, a visit to a chocolate factory, inside info on the British music scene (with a “jam session” thrown in!) and inspiring ‘edutainment’ – these are just a few of the half term treats throughout Britain which can all be easily reached within a…

KARA GUPPY
Bournemouth

Are we nearly there yet? is a new online blog run by me, Kara Guppy, and is named as such thanks to my daughter Eliza who always asks that very question when we are less than 5 minutes up the road heading off on our adventures. You may know me from my other family blog chelseamamma.co.uk