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  • Joanne
    The bluebell posts inspire me every year to take a wander in the woods. My mum is a big fan of the british bluebell too and taught me and...

    Joanne, 26. April, 2016 |

  • Kerry Teague
    Well done, James! I think his face says it all! And well done Helen for ending your "career holiday". I'm seriously rusty with the old...

    Kerry Teague, 20. April, 2016 |

  • Helen and Ian
    Oh, Helena, this made me laugh so much! That look on Sophie's face in the last photo! I wrote a post about cycling a while ago but...

    Helen and Ian, 19. February, 2016 |

  • samavia
    Nice article. Silver Glitter Island is a new place for me as I have never been there. It looks really interesting and I will love to be...

    samavia, 18. February, 2016 |

  • Helen and Ian
    They're a great colour match, aren't they! The dog is wondering, should we we ever forget her coat, whether Little Brother would lend her...

    Helen and Ian, 18. February, 2016 |

  • Helen and Ian
    Hi there Naomi! Sorry, I only just saw this question so I hope I'm not too late! Personally, for very young children, under the age of 2,...

    Helen and Ian, 08. February, 2016 |

  • Naomi
    Hi Helen and Ian, I have just been checking out Spotty Otter gear for my 12 month old and can't decide what to get!! With dungarees would...

    Naomi, 29. January, 2016 |

  • Helen and Ian
    Yes, it was a really good day. I need to take some more photos of our finds as the boys are very proud of them! It's typical that the...

    Helen and Ian, 27. January, 2016 |

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We must have the best customers in the World. They have been telling us for years about all the great things they get out and do with their families and we thought it was about time the World knew about it. This is not a ‘Places to go with the kids’ resource in a traditional sense. There’s lots of good websites out there already that can tell you the opening times and entry costs into the many hundreds of attractions that there are across the country.

This is about real experiences, in real places, by real families who get out there in this magnificent country of ours and do stuff. Great stuff! Stuff that you will look back on and remember for the rest of your life. Places that you may never have thought to go, things that you may never have thought to do. Told by those who have been there and done it, and want to pass it on to inspire other families to do the same. These are our Little Trekkers Ambassadors. They lead the way ….

Spring Gardening

Written by Daf Davies on Thursday, 20 March 2014. Posted in South Wales

Spring Gardening
Spring has sprung and the little ones are out in the garden without freezing! This was Lyra’s first proper outdoor play and she shuffled around merrily in her fleecy waterproof Spotty Otter suit and boots. Freya was in charge of the seed planting and Lyra was there to provide moral support.

Camp Driftwood

Written by Monika Strell on Thursday, 20 March 2014. Posted in Camping Fun, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Camp Driftwood
We are still in the throes of bad weather, so still touring along memory lane at the moment, going over sweet memories of last year's adventures to trigger some anticipation for this year's.

24 Hours in the Alps!

Written by Jennie Abell on Wednesday, 19 March 2014. Posted in Skiing, Scottish Highlands and Islands

24 Hours in the Alps!
So for two days last week the sun came out and we could see the tops of the hills for a change, looking very white!

The Best Thing About Spring Is...

Written by Helen & Ian on Tuesday, 18 March 2014. Posted in South West

The Best Thing About Spring Is...

Spring has definitely arrived here in Oxfordshire and there are signs of new life everywhere. We’ve been trying to decide what it is that we like best about this wonderful time of year. This is a tough call, because there are so many things to choose from.

The Side-Effects of Spring

Written by Kerry Teague on Monday, 17 March 2014. Posted in Northern Ireland

The Side-Effects of Spring
You know spring has sprung in Belfast when our back garden suddenly morphs from being vaguely civilised into something..........else.

Which Way to the North Pole?

Written by Monika Strell on Sunday, 16 March 2014. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Which Way to the North Pole?
Ah you probably think this is a very late post about Santa? Good guess, but the main character in our story is actually called Ranulph P Bear - and P stands for Polar!

An Urban Outdoors

Written by Ruth Lively-Masters on Sunday, 16 March 2014. Posted in South West

An Urban Outdoors

As springtime lures us out with the promise of blue skies, fresh buds and daffodils, it can still surprise us how different each day can be, one minute warm and sunny, the next cloudy with a bitter chill.

Around the Bill in a Gale

Written by Eira Gwyn on Saturday, 15 March 2014. Posted in Beside the Seaside, South West

Around the Bill in a Gale
Thanks to a nursery inset day we had a long weekend to play with, but also an abominable weather forecast, so with most of the scenic bits of ”the South” still under water and “the North” unreachable to us due to seasonal rail chaos, we settled on a couple of days in Weymouth and the Isle of Portland, home of 2012 Olympic sailing and, more importantly, a section of the SouthWest Coast Path we hadn't walked for a few years.

A Hot Dog Hike

Written by Fiona Moore on Monday, 10 March 2014. Posted in Europe

A Hot Dog Hike
We were so inspired by Monika’s post on hot dog picnics, that we decided we had to try one for ourselves. And to give the whole adventure a more alpine twist, we added in a snow hike.

Tough as New Jackets

Written by Jay Greengrass on Monday, 10 March 2014. Posted in Scottish Highlands and Islands

Tough as New Jackets
It’s a beautiful spring morning here in Aberdeenshire, and I was trawling through some photos of the snow last year in Moray. I remember that we didn’t get very much, and had to drive each weekend to go and find some.
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