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Places To Play And Learn

A visit to the Natural History Museum in Eton

A visit to the Natural History Museum in Eton

We recently took a visit to the Natural History Museum in Eton which is part of Eton College and spent a very enjoyable hour at the museum, which is free to enter. The museum is open on Sundays between 2.30pm-5pm. What is at the museum?   The museum is set on two levels and is packed full of items from the natural world. You will find glass cases full of interesting artefacts and historic items all to do with the natural world and it is a great place to take anyone with an interest in animals and dinosaurs! In the…
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A visit to Black Park Country Park in Wexham

A visit to Black Park Country Park in Wexham

We went for a visit to Black Park Country Park in Wexham near Slough on a very wet, soggy January Saturday - the bonus for us was it was very quiet and the play area empty. Upon arrival we put the car registration into the car parking machine and went off on our adventure.  Where did we go when we visited Black Park Country Park? From the car park we walked passed Go Ape and the cafe near the car park and then walked with the lake on our right-hand side. We then picked up signs which took us around the…
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Parks in Binfield

Parks in Binfield

There are three good sized Parks in Binfield to explore. These are; Foxley Fields Play Area, Popes Meadow Play Area and York Road Play Area. Also not too far away from Binfield is Jocks Lane Play Area and Warfield Memorial Ground Play Area. A little more about the Parks in Binfield Parks in Binfield Foxley Fields Play Area Foxley Fields has an enclosed play area and also a play area on the open grass field. The play areas are near family friendly Foxes Den Cafe. You will find swings, a climbing frame with slide, obstacle course plus a games area.…
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Foxley Fields Play Area in Binfield

Foxley Fields Play Area in Binfield

At Foxley Fields in Binfield you will find two play areas, a hard-surfaced games area, tennis courts and a large playing field. There is also a 'teenage shelter' next to the games area. At Foxley Fields you will also find Foxes' Den Cafe and the Binfield Parish Offices. What is at Foxley Fields Play Area? There are two play areas at Foxley Fields in Binfield. The first is an enclosed play area which is next to the a multipurpose games area and tennis courts. At the enclosed play area you will find a climbing frame with slide, see-saw, swings including…
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(AD) Review of Kipper’s Snowy Day at Norden Farm

(AD) Review of Kipper’s Snowy Day at Norden Farm

(AD Disclaimer) We were kindly gifted tickets to do a 'Review of Kipper's Snowy Day at Norden Farm'. Views are honest and those of Berkshire Mummies. A huge thank you to Norden Farm Centre for the Arts for inviting us to watch Kipper's Snowy Day at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts. We have missed visiting this family friendly theatre in Maidenhead and it was fantastic to finally be back! The Performance Mick Inkpen's Kipper's Snowy Day at Norden Farm was a puppet show, which only involved 3 actors who cleverly brought the puppet characters Kipper, Tiger, Pig and Arnold…
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AD Review // Learning to ride a bike with Venture Cycling

AD Review // Learning to ride a bike with Venture Cycling

(AD Disclaimer) Berkshire Mummies was kindly gifted 'Learn to Ride a Bike' 1:1 classes in exchange for an honest review in this blog post 'AD Review // Learning to ride a bike with Venture Cycling' . View are those of Berkshire Mummies. My eldest was very kindly given the opportunity to learn to ride a bike with Kelly Koya an award winning cycling instructor who has helped hundreds of children take to two wheels with confidence and control. Upon booking Kelly suggested we booked two sessions, typically Kelly advises most children learn in just one or two lessons. We had…
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(AD) A visit to Whoosh Play and Party Centre in Bracknell

(AD) A visit to Whoosh Play and Party Centre in Bracknell

(AD Disclaimer): This review post 'A visit to Whoosh Play and Party Centre in Bracknell’ is written in paid partnership with Whoosh Play and Party Centre. Views are honest and those of Berkshire Mummies. We were kindly invited for a play session at Whoosh in Bracknell. I have been to Whoosh pre-covid with my eldest for a birthday party but it was lovely to return with my toddler who hasn't had much soft play experience yet! The staff were very welcoming and the soft play centre itself felt clean. Whoosh are asking you to book tickets online and are still…
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Halloween and October Half Term Trails in Berkshire

Halloween and October Half Term Trails in Berkshire

There are some fantastic 'Halloween and October Half Term Trails in Berkshire' taking place in October 2021. I have also included at the bottom of this post some permanent trails in Berkshire which you can also explore. If you would like to PYO Pumpkin this blog post gives you information on where you can pick one. If you find this post useful makes sure you join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list and follow Berkshire Mummies on Facebook and Instagram. Also, share with friends and family who might find it useful. Where are the Halloween and Half Term Trails?  First Days Hot…
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(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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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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