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Walks in Berkshire

Free or Low Cost May Half Term What’s On Guide in Berkshire

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 or Low Cost May Half Term What’s on Guide in Berkshire for 2024 where each activity or event is either free or a minimal fee (£5 and under pp) is required. Do keep coming back to this guide as it will be updated regularly. If you find this blog post useful please share it with friends and family who may find it helpful and don’t forget to follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram, Facebook and join the mailing list. Have a great Half Term. Free…
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Date Day Ideas in Berkshire

Date Day Ideas in Berkshire

Here are some date day ideas for Berkshire - places where you can spend a few hours with your partner whilst the children are at school. If you find this blog post useful please share it with friends and family who may find it helpful and don’t forget to follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram, Facebook and join the mailing list. Date Day Ideas in Berkshire Head to a Spa - many local spas offer short stay packages (3hrs, which sometimes includes a meal) so you can take some time to relax and still be home in time for school pick up! You can read…
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50 Free Things to do in Berkshire This Summer 

50 Free Things to do in Berkshire This Summer 

Here are 50 free things to do in Berkshire this Summer. Please note car parking charges may apply to some of these suggestions. Happy exploring! You may also want to check out the Berkshire Mummies Summer What's on Guide in Berkshire and also Free or Low Cost Summer What's on Guide in Berkshire. If you find this blog post helpful make sure you sign up to the mailing list and follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook. Free Activities and Adventures in Berkshire 1. Changing of the Guard, Windsor - A spectacular free event which you can watch in the historic Berkshire town.  2. Donnington…
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Activity Ideas for Teenagers in Berkshire

Activity Ideas for Teenagers in Berkshire

Trying to entertain a teenager can sometimes be more challenging than entertaining a toddler! There is lots they can do in Berkshire though. Here are some activity ideas for teenagers 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. Free Activities for Teenagers in Berkshire BMX Tracks and Skateparks - Great places to socialise with friends whilst remaining active. Click here for Berkshire Mummies' comprehensive list of skateparks and BMX tracks in Berkshire. Victoria Park, Newbury Walking Trails  - There are a number of walking trails in Berkshire - and they're…
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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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Activities and Attractions near Legoland Windsor

Activities and Attractions near Legoland Windsor

If you’re visiting Legoland Windsor at some point this year, you might be wondering what else you can do and see in the area. We have recommended some activities and attractions to explore near Legoland Windsor in Windsor, Slough, Maidenhead, Ascot and Bracknell so that you can get even more out of your trip! If you find this post useful make 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. Activities and Attractions in Windsor The Jelly Lounge in Windsor is a lovely family space where children can…
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25 Free Things to do in Berkshire

25 Free Things to do in Berkshire

We have put together a list of 25 things to do in Berkshire - and they're all free! There's something for everyone in this list and the best part is it won't cost a penny. If you find this blog post useful make sure you sign up to the mailing list and follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook. Go to a Museum - We have a huge variety of Museums in Berkshire. The Natural History Museum in Eton, The Reading Museum and The West Berkshire Museum in Newbury are all free to visit. Read about some of our favourite museums here. Natural History Museum…
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Walking at Thames Valley Park in Reading

Walking at Thames Valley Park in Reading

We went walking at Thames Valley Park in Reading along the Thames Path. The walk is a flat walk and mainly along footpaths so good for buggies (part of the walk is across a well trodden path across a field so you might want to use an off road buggy) and it’s also dog friendly. We saw plenty of wildlife and it made a brilliant peaceful family friendly walk. Where did we walk? From the car we walked over the large green open space until we picked up the footpath next to the river, with Wokingham Water Centre to the…
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Walking along the Jubilee River

Walking along the Jubilee River

We loved walking along the Jubilee River. It runs between Maidenhead and Windsor and is a 7.2 mile man-made flood relief channel which was was completed in 2002 the year of the Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee, hence the name Jubilee River. Where did we walk along the Jubilee River?  We parked the car at the car park by Slough Weir and walked from here. It is a free car park next to the Jubilee River, just off the Eton to Slough Road.  Once parked we turned left onto the path that runs along the river and almost instantly had Slough…
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