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About Berkshire Mummies

Berkshire Mummies is a local blog which provides parents, grandparents and carers plus visitors to the region with ideas of places to go, local family events, places to eat or things to do in Berkshire covering Bracknell, Windsor, Maidenhead, Wokingham, Ascot, Reading, Thatcham and Newbury as well as the surrounding counties. Popular What’s On Guide’s are produced for school holidays and honest reviews of venues, restaurants, classes and events, which are suitable for families are shared. This online community also supports local small businesses via the Berkshire Mummies Directory, Berkshire Mummies Network and A Berkshire Mumpreneur blog post series.

Shona who writes and edits the blog is a full time stay at home mum, who also has a Marketing Career. This blog is written in the evenings, during nap times whilst her youngest sleeps and eldest is at school. Alongside her husband Steve and family we love exploring the local area, attending events and trying out family friendly restaurants. As a family we enjoy walking and discovering new walks and park whilst finding the many hidden gems Berkshire has to offer.

We hope that you find the blog a useful resource and one-stop-shop to find helpful information for your family. This concept was born because Shona would spend hours researching when to take her now eldest when they were younger. She appreciates how time poor parents can be at times, so believed this blog could be an opportunity to give a helping hand to other parents and their families.

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Mill Meadows Junior Adventure Playground in Henley on Thames

Read here about Mill Meadows Junior Adventure Playground in Henley On Thames. It's a lovely colourful playground for children of...
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A Visit to Guards Polo Club

(AD Disclaimer - Berkshire Mummies was Gifted Tickets to Guards Polo Club) We recently watched the Royal Windsor Cup Final...
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Broomhall Recreation Ground

Broomhall Recreation Ground in Sunningdale is a wonderful open space and park that families can enjoy. There is a large...
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Free or Low Cost May Half Term What’s On Guide in Berkshire

(AD Disclaimer: Berkshire Mummies have worked with the businesses marked with a * before) Here is the Berkshire Mummies Free...
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Search the map and click on the icons which will help you locate family friendly walks, parks, attractions and places to eat. 

Each icon is linked to a Berkshire Mummies Blog which gives you lots of useful information about the venue, attraction or location. 

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Harvest Hill Play Area in Warfield

You will find the Harvest Hill Play Area in Warfield on Gloucestershire Lea. If you find this blog useful and informative...
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School Road Play Area in Hurst

You will find the School Road Play Area in Hurst in the heart of the village across the road from...
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