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    15 Reasons we love going camping

    As I sit here in my tent on the first night of our sixth camping trip this Summer I have been contemplating what it is that I love so much about camping. Now if you had asked me at about 3 o’clock this afternoon what I loved about camping, I would likely have hit you […]

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  • Aira Force

    Visiting Aira Force Waterfalls, Ullswater

    Aira Force is a National Trust site situated on the banks of Ullswater which has been receiving visitors for more than 300 hundred years. Aira Force shows the beauty of nature as the rain from the fells runs into Aira Beck and drops over 65 feet over the falls. The adventure begins . . . […]

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    Camping at Cambridge Camping and Caravanning Club Site

    Last Summer my Mum and I kicked off the Summer holidays with a camping trip to Cambridge Camping and Caravanning Club Site with the Beans. We had a really enjoyable holiday and the site really struck a chord with us so when we were unable to attend Camp Bestival as planned, we decided to have a […]

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  • National Trust

    Grandparents are the most adventurous of us all!

    To mark the start of the school summer holidays, the National Trust has run research revealing that it is, in fact, our grandparent’s generation that is the wildest of all: Three quarters (76%) of grandparents say they were far more adventurous and daring in their youth compared to both their children and grandchildren – with […]

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  • Home Safety

    Summer Home Safety Tips

    Most people associate summertime with relaxing, vacations, and beautiful weather. It’s the season to feel less stressed and worry-free. However, it is important to keep in mind the fact the home burglaries increase during the warmer months. Keep in mind the following tips on home safety so you can have a restful, worry-free summer! Make […]

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  • Wellies at the ready for William’s Den

    William’s Den, the £3million indoor-meets-outdoor timber crafted play adventure near North Cave, Yorkshire, opens its doors for the first time ever this summer. The attraction is believed to be the UK’s largest bespoke indoor timber play experience. O?wners Christian and Tor Carver describe William’s Den as a ‘nostalgic nod to a bygone era of child’s play’. William’s […]

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  • Jurassic World roars into Queensgate this Summer

    Mini explorers, budding paleontologists and little adventurers are wanted to help explore Queensgate’s new ‘Dino-gate’, a Jurassic world themed adventure, coming to the centre this summer. Date for your Diary On Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July, Central Square will reveal a hidden oasis set in a deep jungle and filled with hidden treasures, games, […]

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