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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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Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor

Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor

There are a number of Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor, which all vary in design and setting. Berkshire Mummies has visited them and written blog posts and shared photos plus locations for each of the play areas which you can read about below by clicking on the links below. Each blog post will give you the address for the park including parking information. If you have find this blog post useful why not check out the Parks in Bracknell Forest and Wokingham Borough. Three of the playgrounds in Windsor currently don't have Berkshire Mummies blog posts, but they are the…
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15 things to do outside this Autumn

15 things to do outside this Autumn

(AD Disclaimer - This blog post contains an affiliate link marked with a *.) Here are 15 things to do outside this Autumn with the kids. There is plenty to do outside to keep the kids busy, playing and discovering. Here are some ideas which you might like to try. 15 things to do outside this Autumn Do a walking trail. There are several permanent family friendly walking trails in Berkshire, click here to find out where they are. Why not have a go at a *Treasure Map Trails in Windsor, Eton, Maidenhead or Marlow. Click here to view where…
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Changing of the Guard in Windsor

Changing of the Guard in Windsor

Changing of the Guard in Windsor is a spectacular free event which you can watch in the town. It is popular with family members of all generations. When and what time is Changing of the Guard? In October 2021 Changing of the Guard taking place on Tuesday's, Thursday's and Saturday's at 11am. Please note, 11am is when the Guards Change over in Windsor Castle so it's worth be ready to watch outside Windsor Castle at 10.45am; when the Guards march along the roads. The timings are as follows; 10.45am - New Guard step off from Victoria Barracks on Sheet Street…
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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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Free things to do in Berkshire this Summer

Free things to do in Berkshire this Summer

Below are some ideas of free things to do in Berkshire this Summer. Also do check out the Summer Holiday What's on Guide in Berkshire and the Summer Camps in Berkshire Blog post - both which you might find useful. 1. Go for a picnic along the River Thames. Click here for 20 places to picnic in Berkshire. 2. Feed the Ducks, Geese and Swans. Click here to find out where are good duck feeding locations. 3. Have a go at the Summer Reading Challenge. 4. Visit a playground - there are many fantastic parks in Berkshire, so there are…
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Joel Park in Wokingham

Joel Park in Wokingham

Joel Park in Wokingham has a bright and colourful playground (Holt Copse Playground) in the centre of the park and Holt Copse. This is a lovely park for toddlers and younger children, but has something for older children too. What's at Joel Park? The play area at Joel Park is enclosed and surrounded by woodland and open green space. There is a grass bank next to the playground which is a popular sledging location on snowy days. The play area has a multi-coloured floor surface. There are several obstacle patterns set into the ground to follow, run and jump along,…
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Riverside Gardens Play Area in Maidenhead

Riverside Gardens Play Area in Maidenhead

The Riverside Gardens Play Area in Maidenhead also has Jenners Cafe and crazy golf next to it. The play area is large and has lots to offer including a sandpit. What’s at the Play Area? The play area is all fenced apart from the zip line which is based on the playing field behind the main play area.The play area has a wonderful sandpit complete with palm trees and a hammock! There are also a couple of picnic benches.  Then there is a ‘helicopter’ swing with a range of different seat options. There are also toddler swings, spring toys including…
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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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Clewer Manor Play Area

Clewer Manor Play Area

The sign on the play area gate at Clewer Manor Play Area says that this park is for children aged 3-12. The play area is fenced and next to Windsor Girl’s School. There is no specific car park next to the play area, but there is a lay-by about 1 minute walk away. What's at Clewer Manor Play Area? Although the play area is not massive it’s has a whole range of play equipment for both older and younger children with a woodchip floor. There are toddler swings, spring toys and a smaller climbing frame for younger children with slide. For…
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