Easter, Family life, The Great Outdoors
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An Easter Break Well Spent


This Easter break has been one our of busiest school holidays to date. The children are now both of an age where they have the stamina to enjoy full days out without tiring too easily and both enjoy being outdoors, which we have fully exploited. The weather has been typical of English springtime – grey, chilly and wet at times, but bright, sunny and warm when it mattered. We have been to the zoo, walked up 153 steps to the top of a lighthouse, practised a new skill at a roller disco, had an Easter egg hunt in the grounds of a stately home, toured a castle, enjoyed a mini break, eaten breakfast with the Easter bunny, cuddled lambs at the farm, been to the cinema, eaten waffles bigger than our heads, climbed a “mountain”, scaled endless trees, run around gardens and parks, splashed in puddles, survived the hell of soft play, had a sleepover with a friend, thrown pebbles into the sea, been thrilled by funfair rides, played crazy golf with family and even managed our first picnic of the year! 

Here are some highlights from our adventures:


Easter has been such a success that Miss J and her best friend have already started planning their summer adventures! It is going to be a good one, for sure.

What have you been up to this Easter? I would love to hear about your adventures in the comments.

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  1. Your children are such a wonderful age for family adventures and it looks like you’ve taken full advantage of this over the Easter break. I love the sound of all your activities and have enjoyed seeing many of the photos over on Instagram. these are what i call the golden years, trust me it all starts to change from around 11 so make the most of it and keep the family fun alive with your lovely days out. Thank you for sharing an action packed holiday on #CountryKids

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