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  • 14 Mar 2014


    We have five family tickets (two adults and three children) to Open Weekends at Ancient Technology Centre (ATC) in Cranborne, Dorset: Stone Age (12/13 April) , Viking (26/27 July) or Roman (20/21 September) to give away. The ATC believes that children of all ages should explore their surroundings, environment and history through an exciting blend of full scale building projects and traditional skills and crafts. Our starting point is archaeology and this informs the many buildings and activities that we offer. Our goal is to enable children and adults to genuinely experience aspects of daily life in the past. […] more

  • 13 Mar 2014

    Best ethical storage solutions

    Whether your children have small bedrooms or large rooms filled with clutter, the right storage solutions can make all the difference. Beyond the usual pull out toy trays or IKEA trofast storage cubes that can take up valuable space, what if you’re looking for inventive ways to store your children’s things that are green, ethical and stylish too? Well look no further, here are the top 5 most inventive ethical storage solutions for your little ones’ bedrooms. […] more

  • 4 Mar 2014

    Celebrate Spring Equinox

    Spring Equinox is one of the four main solar festivals. A time of renewal, potential and fertility, it has been celebrated in many guises throughout history. As with all the solstices and equinoxes, it’s a perfect opportunity to stop and connect with the natural world around us, and a lovely time to celebrate with family and friends. […] more

  • 1 Mar 2014

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    Now you can get a monthly fix of The Green Parent. Our exciting newsletter includes events, competitions and articles about everything from family life to birth, alternative education to nutrition. Published every month, it's free to receive. All you have to do is sign up below. […] more

  • 25 Jan 2014

    One family’s waste, another kid’s treasure!

    Recycling is the future, we all know that. But it can also be a whole load of fun! In our house we don’t get a recycling collection so we usually have piles of stuff ready to go to the recycling depot, and it’s funny how much our toddler prefers playing with a loo roll than with his many toys! Here are five items that can be recycled for a fantastic afternoon of rainy day crafting, with ideas for what to make: […] more

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