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  • 11 Aug 2014

    Ten years of The Green Parent - issue 60 out now!

    The 60th edition of The Green Parent magazine has just been released; celebrating ten years of alternative, inspiring publishing. This issue is crammed with great articles and also has a free beauty guide tucked inside to help you make the best choices. The focus for this edition is community. We spoke to parents who are raising their children in co-housing projects, discovered the best ways to help your children make friends and discovered how home education and home birth groups can provide just the support you need. […] more

  • 11 Aug 2014

    Children’s activities this weekend

    LEGO® CITY Weekend from 16th - 17th August 2014. Be part of the action at the annual LEGO® City Weekend! The LEGO City robbers have escaped! Can you find them hidden around the centre? Submit your answers to the prize draw for your chance to WIN an Annual Pass! […] more

  • 30 Jun 2014

    Win a Klean Kanteen bottle

    High quality and handmade, Klean Kanteen bottles, flasks and containers are built to last a lifetime and provide a safe, healthy and sustainable alternative to plastic for families. Every new parent wants to make sure their baby's environment is as healthy as possible and the Sippy Spout-equipped Klean Kanteen will do just that. Designed for small hands and made from BPA/toxin-free high quality stainless steel, Klean Kanteen is safe and ready to use. […] more

  • 24 Jun 2014

    Perfect spot for a family holiday

    Nestled in the breathtaking New Forest National Park, Sandy Balls Holiday Village is the perfect getaway for families looking to enjoy a relaxing break in the beautiful forest or an action packed adventure. Picture perfect memories waiting to be discovered at Sandy Balls Holiday Village. […] more

  • 16 Jun 2014

    What you can do during Recycle Week

    Watching a program on the resourcefulness of people in Rio’s favelas a few nights ago served as a reminder of how wasteful we are in the UK. Many people here rarely give a thought to where their rubbish ends up. We put our rubbish out for the bin-men and it’s out of sight, out of mind. In Rio’s favelas, people collect rubbish, sort it and sell it, making a profit from waste recycling. When I visited India, I witnessed the same level of resourcefulness when it came to what some might describe as rubbish. […] more

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