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  • 3 Mar 2015

    Women’s Day for Mothers

    Mothers, perhaps more than other women in society, know about inequality in the ‘workplace’ (if mothering is considered a job and thus our homes our workplace). Many of us give up paid employment to become mothers and while our new role has an untold amount of love and joy woven into the contract, it also demands impossibly long hours, no time off for ill health, no financial perks or pay-rises. In fact, we tend to take a huge or complete cut in our wages, supplementing our income if we can with part-time work. […] more

  • 1 Feb 2015

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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

  • 9 Jan 2015

    Our new issue just published

    I am excited to announce that our 63rd issue has just been published. It comes with a free travel magazine inside to help you plan your break for 2015. Fittingly, the theme for this edition is Adventure. One of our main features is about a family who cycled the length of America, from Canada to Chile – a two year journey, with an eight year old in tow. Reading their story is guaranteed to make you want to leap outside your comfort zone! […] more

  • 9 Jan 2015

    Get away this January!

    January is the ideal time to get away. There are lots of great deals to be had across the UK and, even if January doesn’t strike you as the best time to be exploring the countryside, if we are blessed with crisp, cold days, a winter walk can be magical. With so much incredible countryside all around us, escaping after the rush and bustle of the festive period can be just what the doctor ordered. Finding yourself in a cosy cottage with a roaring fire and just the sound of birdsong to interrupt your thoughts, offers the chance to reflect on the past year and the year to come. […] more

  • 9 Jan 2015

    7 ways to celebrate storytelling

    Now in its thirteenth year, National Storytelling Week is a unique celebration of the desire to share stories, parables, fables and legends that has been a part of human life in all cultures. It’s estimated that National Storytelling Week has an audience of around 17,000 people. Here are seven ways in which you can get involved. […] more

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