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  • 1 Feb 2014

    Taking your baby to the cinema

    This time of year is great for fantastic cinema as Oscar hopefuls jostle for audiences. But most parents think back to their cinema-going evenings with wistfulness – those relaxing times just the two of you, a tub of popcorn and the excited anticipation of seeing a film with rave reviews. Coming out of the cinema feeling inspired, moved, warmed or uplifted by a great film and chatting about it all the way home. It seems plenty of cinemas are now wising up to the fact that parents aren’t quite ready to hang up their cinema-going hats yet. […] 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

  • 23 Jan 2014

    Addressing the haggis

    2014 is an exciting year for Scotland with the Independence Referendum due to take place on 18th September. Whatever the outcome, Scotland is a country to be celebrated, with its unique history, traditions and culture, plus breath-taking countryside and historical landmarks. On 25th January, Burns Night celebrates the life and work of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, also known as Rabbie Burns, Scotland's favourite son, the Ploughman Poet and the Bard of Ayrshire. […] more

  • 22 Jan 2014

    A First Book of Nature

    Enabling a special relationship with nature from a young age is one of the very best gifts we can bestow on our children, and on the planet. Children who love the natural world grow into adults determined to preserve it. The next generation face some serious challenges in caring for our planet, and there’s no better way to tackle a problem than to gather as much knowledge as possible. Getting outside as often as possible, recording the seasons, exploring different landscapes and creating a nature table are all ways to help our children engage with the world around them. […] more

  • 15 Jan 2014

    Eat Smile Live

    Rochelle Hubbard talks about her inspiring journey to becoming a health coach. "Like many people I had spent most of my life focused on food and its impact on my weight. I had always been led to believe that the 'perfect body' could be obtained by low fat, low calorie eating and a lot of hard work at the gym; and this is the body I strove for. I would like to say it was for myself, but in reality it was to please the idealistic views of society, which in turn would (so I thought) bring with it a sense of self-worth within me." […] more

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