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The Look Out

10+ Family Friendly Things to do in Bracknell

10+ Family Friendly Things to do in Bracknell

AD Disclaimer: The businesses marked with a * have gifted / previously gifted Berkshire Mummies tickets. Bracknell is home to a huge variety of parks, centres and walks for families. Here are 10+ family friendly things to do in Bracknell. There are of course many more! If you find this post useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook. Family Friendly Things to do in Bracknell 1. The Look Out - There are lots of things to do here including exploring the Discovery Centre, den building in the woods and the play area. You can…
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Review of Go Ape Bracknell Sundown Session

Review of Go Ape Bracknell Sundown Session

(AD Disclaimer) Berkshire Mummies was gifted tickets in exhange for an honest review of Go Ape Bracknell's Sundown Session. Golf. Views in this blog post are honest and those of Berkshire Mummies. This blog post is written partly by an 8 year old who loved this experience. If you have found this blog post useful make sure you join the mailing list, follow Berkshire Mummies on Facebook and Instagram and share with friends and family who might also find it useful. Our visit to Go Ape Bracknell Sundown Session One winter evening I went to Go Ape with my friends. I really enjoyed it. I…
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Things to do in Bracknell Forest for Families

Things to do in Bracknell Forest for Families

(AD Disclaimer: Berkshire Mummies have worked with the businesses marked with a * before) Bracknell Forest has a huge variety of parks, leisure centres, children's classes, walks and attractions for families to enjoy. Here is our list of things to do in Bracknell Forest for families. If you find this blog useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook. Play Areas in Bracknell Forest South Hill Park, Bracknell - There are several different parks to explore at South Hill Park including the newly refurbished Toddler Park, South Hill Road Play Area and the Hedgehog Park. South…
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20+ Toddler Trips out in Berkshire

20+ Toddler Trips out in Berkshire

There are lots of fun things to do with toddlers in Berkshire. Here are 20+ Toddler Trips out in Berkshire. If you find this blog useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook. Changing of the Guard in Windsor - This is such a lovely free activity. Click here to find out when the soldiers are marching. Here are our tips for watching the guards. Whilst you're in Windsor, you could visit a play area too - Bachelors Acre and the Home Park play areas are closest to Windsor Castle and the town. Don't forget to…
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Den Building at The Look Out

Den Building at The Look Out

As a family we love to build dens when we go out walking - it's a lovely activity for children to do together and also helps to break up a walk too! Read on to find out about when we went den building at The Look Out in Bracknell. If you find this blog useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook. Den Building at The Look Out Once parked, if you head over to the play area, behind the play area fence there is a large open woodland. In this area you will find a…
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The Look Out Play Area in Bracknell

The Look Out Play Area in Bracknell

The Look Out Play Area in Bracknell is one of our favourite parks to visit in Berkshire. The play area is set in a woodland in Swinley Forest, it has wonderful play equipment, which is predominantly wooden. The playground is large but divided into three adjoined areas; the first area nearest to the car park is an inclusive play area with lots of equipment suitable for children with additional needs. The middle play area is aimed at 3-6 year olds and the final play area is suitable for children aged 7-11 years.  What play equipment is there?  There is loads…
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