Last year, with thanks to Admiral’s Young Driver, we were able to give the girls their first driving experience – the oldest in a proper car, and the three younger girls in Firefly, a specially made car for under 10s. They loved it! Continue reading
Last week, we were invited to go and try out the new Rock Up Hull, which is in St Stephen’s in Hull city centre.
Here’s what the deputy editor (aged 12) had to say about it……… Continue reading
With the school holidays approaching, you may be worried about the expense of keeping your children entertained. Never fear, Kids Days Out Reviews are here to bring you some of the best FREE family days out.
To help you through the days ahead, here are some ideas for family days out in Yorkshire. They are all either free or low cost (such as having to pay for parking) Continue reading
This week, we paid a visit to the newly opened Bugtopia, which is in Hornsea Freeport, in East Yorkshire.
The chief deputy editor (the 12 year old) explains more…….. Continue reading
It’s day six of the Christmas holidays now and while we’ve quite enjoyed a mix of chilling out and using the time to get Christmas stuff done, we thought it would be a good idea to get out today and do something fun. We decided to brave the cold and visit Pirate Adventure Golf in Hull. Continue reading
Its that time of year again when Hull Truck Theatre definitely, absolutely do NOT do a panto. And this year’s non-panto is A Christmas Treasure Island. We were very excited to be invited back again to see what it’s all about. Continue reading
Santa has arrived at Flemingate in Beverley. And he’s here in style! He is in residence every Thursday – Sunday until the 18th December, and then every day including Christmas Eve. You can just turn up, but if you prefer to book, please visit Flemingate’s website.
Yorkshire Water very kindly sent us a brilliant picnic rucksack, so we decided to head up to Tophill Low, near Watton in East Yorkshire to have a spot of afternoon tea on a fine September afternoon.
Tophill Low is owned and managed by Yorkshire Water and is a great place to go for a walk in the fresh air, do some bird-spotting, and of course, have a picnic. Continue reading
It’s been a while since we visited The Deep in Hull. While not much really changes year on year – which my children LOVE by the way! – we do like visiting and seeing the wonderful array of sealife on display, including numerous fish and rays, sharks, and more recently, penguins.
This week, we visited Wetwang Scarecrow Festival. We’ve been a few times before but this year, the twins could join in a bit more, and they loved it.
Wetwang is a village not too far from York in Yorkshire, and it’s very pretty. Yes, it has a silly name and appears regularly on those ‘Top silly place names’ lists and such, but it hasn’t suffered. Continue reading