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Days Out

(AD) A visit to Big on Bouncing Soft Play in Burnham

(AD) A visit to Big on Bouncing Soft Play in Burnham

(AD Disclaimer): This review post 'A visit to Big on Bouncing Soft Play in Burnham' is written in paid partnership with Big on Bouncing Soft Play. Views are honest and those of Berkshire Mummies. We recently had a visit to Big on Bouncing Soft Play in Burnham, Slough. The soft play has recently moved into new premises in Burnham so it was all sparkling and clean. I visited with my toddler and loved the size of the soft play, not too big and not too small plus there was plenty to keep a little person very busy for the session.…
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5 free things to do in Marlow

5 free things to do in Marlow

Marlow is a beautiful picturesque town in Buckinghamshire just over the Berkshire border. Here are 5 free things to do in Marlow. Free things to do in Marlow Visit Marlow Museum. The museum although small in size is packed full of facts about the history of Marlow and there are lots of artefacts from around the town to see. Play in Higginson Park. Higginson Park is a green flag park which mets the River Thames. There is lots of open space plus a skate park and wonderful large play area. Feed the swans, ducks and geese. The birds in Marlow…
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Christmas Shows and Pantomimes in Berkshire

Christmas Shows and Pantomimes in Berkshire

(AD Disclaimer) I have been gifted tickets by the theatres marked with a * before. Oh yes it is! Here is a list of Christmas Shows and Pantomimes in Berkshire taking place between November 2021 and January 2022. If you have find this blog post useful why not join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list and follow on Instagram and Facebook? Jack and the Bean Stalk, Theatre Royal Windsor, Windsor, 26th November 2021 – 9th January 2022. Tickets from £18.50. Click here for more details. Cinderella, The Corn Exchange, Newbury, 26th November 2021 - 2nd January 2022. Tickets £27.50 - £16.50. Click here for more details.…
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(AD) Family Day Out at The Little Green Boat Company

(AD) Family Day Out at The Little Green Boat Company

AD Disclaimer - This blog post '(AD) Family Day Out at The Little Green Boat Company' has been written in paid partnership with The Little Green Boat Company. All views are our own and honest. We were so excited to have been invited by The Little Green Boat Company to have a go on one of their electric boats down the River Thames and also for a game of mini golf on their brand new golf course at Lammas Recreation Ground, Staines-Upon-Thames. What did we do on our Family Day Out at The Little Green Boat Company? After parking the…
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(AD) Dinton Adventure Golf

(AD) Dinton Adventure Golf

AD Disclaimer - This is a sponsored blog post. Dinton Adventure Golf kindly invited us down to their 18 hole crazy golf course for a game which is based at Dinton Pastures Country Park.  From the main Dinton Pastures Country Park car park you walk past the ‘dog wash’ on your left and head down towards the bridge. Before the bridge take the first right where you will find a path down to the adventure golf course - it's all buggy friendly. If you have crossed the bridge and reached the play area you have gone too far! Once you get…
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Visiting The Basingstoke Canal

Visiting The Basingstoke Canal

The Basingstoke Canal makes a brilliant family day out with plenty to do and see - it is certainly worth visiting The Basingstoke Canal if you are looking for a free or low cost day out, depending on what you decide to do whilst you are there. Basingstoke Canal What's at The Basingstoke Canal There is loads to do when visiting The Basingstoke Canal including a play area, walks along the canal, boat trips, cafe, visiting the Basingstoke Canal Centre and gift shop. When we visited we parked the car (details below) and then went for a walk along the…
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The Berkshire Staycation – 25 places you should visit

The Berkshire Staycation – 25 places you should visit

There are many wonderful places to visit in Berkshire, many of which you can find on this blog, so make sure you have a good look through the blog posts and see what you can discover. Also, follow on Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook to see our adventures, which are regularly shared. Below you find some places we recommend for a summer holiday in the Royal Borough - The Berkshire Staycation - 25 places you should visit. The Berkshire Staycation - 25 places you should visit Windsor Castle, Windsor Windsor Castle is home to HRH The Queen and the…
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Visiting Aldershot Lido

Visiting Aldershot Lido

We love visiting Aldershot Lido but haven't been since before the global pandemic and look forward to returning soon. It's a fun place to spend a day, especially on a sunny hot day. What's at the Lido At the lido there is a large pool plus another section of the pool for lane swimming. There are 2 slides and a driving board (open subject to availability) plus changing rooms, a cafe and plenty of room to ‘set up camp’ around the pool area.  How much is the lido and do I need to book? You can either book in advance,…
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Riverside Gardens in Maidenhead

Riverside Gardens in Maidenhead

Riverside Gardens in Maidenhead is a lovely location for families to visit and just up the road is Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island which also has plenty on offer for the family.   What is at Riverside Gardens in Maidenhead? At Riverside Gardens you will find Jenners Riverside Cafe plus crazy golf which is run by the cafe. The crazy golf is £2.50 for children and £3.50 for adults.  Alongside the cafe and crazy golf there is also a large playing field and a large play area with sandpit with picnic benches.   The River Thames is also on…
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Great Hollands Recreation Ground

Great Hollands Recreation Ground

Great Hollands Recreation Ground is a brilliant facility for families, with open space, woodland, a play area, splash pad, tennis courts, cafe and free parking there is lots on offer. What is at Great Hollands Recreation Ground? There is a wooden play area next to the Great Hollands Pavilion. It includes a wooden climbing frame with two slides, one for younger children the other for older. There are also wooden spring animals and a mini wooden spring see-saw and then a range of swings and a roundabout. Next to the play area is a splash pad which according to Bracknell…
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