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15 free things to do in Windsor, Berkshire
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15 free things to do in Windsor, Berkshire

We visit Windsor regularly, the town is steeped in history, is home to the Queen and offers some great events, places to eat, an awesome toy shop at Daniel Department Store and awesome sites to see. Whilst exploring the town over the years I’ve discovered there is loads you can do for free in the town. 1) Changing of the Guard this a formal ceremony that takes place at Windsor Castle on set days throughout the week. In warmer months this happens more regularly. You can see the soldiers marching from the barracks up to Windsor Castle with a marching band and it’s wonderful to see. To plan your visit to see the Changing of The Guard click here for all the information you need to know. Changing of the Guard, Windsor 2) Feeding the Swans. If you head down to the River Thames you
A Half Term visit to Windsor
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A Half Term visit to Windsor

On the Monday of the February Half Term 2019 my little one and I took a visit to Windsor. I had previously booked my little one in to do a Bath Bomb making workshop at Lush UK Windsor. The session lasted about 25 minutes and cost us £2.95 (price varies depending on what is made during the workshop) and my little one (with my help) made a Butterball Bath Bomb to take home. There were 7 children (plus supervising adults) taking part in the Bath Bomb making workshop we attended. A member of Lush staff led the session and everyone made the Bath Bomb mixture collectively before individually putting the mixture into the moulds we were given. I thought the session was a great hands-on activity and a nice introduction to science for my child. After our visit to Lush UK Windsor, we the
A Royal Wedding
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A Royal Wedding

As you will most probably be aware Prince Harry will marry his bride Ms Meghan Markle this Saturday at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. We decided to have breakfast in Windsor on Wednesday morning so we could soak up a bit of the atmosphere before the big day. Windsor was a hive of activity with people working hard preparing for the occasion, TV crews were filming, the bunting and flags were flying and members of the public had already set up their seats ready to get their glimpse of the newly weds on Saturday. For some the Royal wedding celebrations started early and last week Upton House School based in Windsor celebrated the forthcoming wedding. Children aged 2-11 years, took part in a World Record attempt thanks to Busy Buttons Creative Studio, Windsor, to help make the Wor
Baby Bank Windsor
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Baby Bank Windsor

After having followed Baby Bank Windsor on Facebook for a couple of years I emailed Rebecca and Amy to find out a little more. I went down to the Baby Bank Windsor and had a tour around their storage facility. Baby Bank Windsor is currently applying to be a registered charity and is run enthusiastically by it’s founders whilst they are both busy holding down part-time jobs and being mothers. Baby Bank Windsor was founded in 2015 and collects good quality secondhand clothes, equipment and furniture and gift it to families in and around Berkshire, who are referred to the Baby Bank. The Baby Bank also collect donations and run fundraising events so they can buy new high chairs, buggies plus cot and moses basket mattresses. Currently the Baby Bank are in need of double buggy d
Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead
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Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead

Back in the Autumn we had a family explore around Boulter's Lock and Ray Mill Island. It is a lovely place to explore with room to run, plenty to see and a nice park to play in. There was a public car park just up the road from Boulter's Lock, you have to pay for it but it isn't too expensive. Boulter's Lock is a fantastic place to watch boats going in and out of the lock and I always find it fascinating to see the water coming in and out of the lock itself. Once you have had enough of boat spotting you can head over the bridge onto Ray Mill Island. Ray Mill Island is a great opportunity to see swans, geese, ducks and squirrels aplenty and in addition there is a bird aviary and guinea pig enclosure for you to look at. There is a little play park and around the island are wooden ani...
The Jelly Lounge, Windsor
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The Jelly Lounge, Windsor

On 6th December 2017 I was invited to have a tour around The Jelly Lounge on William Street, Windsor ahead of the grand opening at midday on 7th December 2017. Upon arrival I was introduced to co-founders Tamar and Jenny who showed me around the new family club and explained their vision and passion for the club - a place for families to come, somewhere for children to have fun, explore and play whilst being with their families but also a place to give parents, grandparents and carers a chance for a drink, a bite to eat and an environment to meet friends or an environment to work from. Upon entering The Jelly Lounge it’s the bold bright colours that instantly welcome you alongside the front desk with smiling face. Once in you enter the eatery lounge where you can work from or grab a fr

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