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Flix Drive In – Sit Out

Introducing the nation’s first ‘Drive In, Sit Out’ cinema allowing guests to watch a host of the latest blockbuster films this summer, no matter the weather. Day or night, rain or shine, the all-new drive-in offers the ultimate, covid-friendly cinema experience in Reading this May! As the lockdown restrictions relax, so do we! Flix Drive In - Sit Out, is designed so you can enjoy big-screen movies, live entertainment and street food from the safety of your own little pitch outside your car. But being an all-weather event, you've also got the option to sit inside your car. Proving that…
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The Cheese Shed in Nettlebed

The Cheese Shed in Nettlebed

The Cheese Shed in Nettlebed is certainly worth a visit in our opinion and we can't wait to go back and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience which is based on the same site as the Nettlebed Creamery. All about The Cheese Shed The Cheese Shed is set in an open sided barn with extra seating outside the barn. There are straw bales and long tables to sit on made out of scaffolding plus festoon lighting and a sparkling light up 'The Cheese Shed' sign. The decor certainly added to the ambience. You will find menus on the tables and at…
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Hoop Towers

Hoop Towers

Hoop towers is a great way to not only give your child an activity to focus on for a little while but a great way to use their fine motor skills and strengthen their finger muscles. What do I need for the Hoop Tower Activity? Spaghetti Play Dough Cereal Hoops What does the activity entail? Roll four pieces of play dough into four balls.Then snap two pieces of spaghetti in half, so you end up with four shorter pieces of spaghetti. Now push each piece of spaghetti into it’s own play dough ball. Then give your child a bowl of cereal hoops and ask…
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Fruit Salad Pizza

Fruit Salad Pizza

Fruit Salad Pizza's are simple and super fun to make. They let your child / children get creative and they can enjoy a snack or a pudding too. What do I need to make a Fruit Salad Pizza? Round slices of watermelon. Fruit of your choice e.g. grapes, orange segments, raspberries, strawberries, kiwi (chop fruit so it is not a choke hazard and only use and serve fruit that is appropriate and not an allergen). A knife and chopping board (adult only). How do I make a Fruit Salad Pizza? Cut a watermelon in the centre so you get some…
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