Jersey is fast becoming one of the UK’s most popular family holiday spots this year, as Brits look to take advantage of short flight times, safe, clean beaches, and hours of sunshine on this beautiful island. Families flocking to the modern and elegant family-friendly St Brelade’s Bay Hotel on the island can now expect more than just unspoilt views of the Atlantic Ocean.
This summer the Hotel has released details of a seasonal programme of children’s activities, which includes magic shows, bouncy castles, cookie baking and an enchanting open-air cinema every second Thursday.
The Midsummer Mechanicals is appropriate for ages 6-12 and 25+; at Shakespeare’s Globe, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, till 26 August. Bestest funniest thing ever, go Go GO!
This is a comedy-for-kids spin-off from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, focussing in on Bottom & Co., the band of am-dram labourers, who are still fancying themselves as actors one year later, and have secured another airing before the Duke & Duchess.
Glasto‘s Final Roar: Hippie Vibes, Music Legends, and Life-Defining Moments Under the Stars! Day 4 – Woken up by a bass drum practising before the perf, ‘d-df … d-df… d-df…’ sounding like a heartbeat. Omg, a call to all the sleepy heads that the dance floor awaits for one final push. It reminded me of elephants communicating by sending deep sounds reverberating across the earth of the savannah.
As the summer holidays stretch ahead, many parents find themselves anticipating the challenge of keeping their children entertained and engaged for several weeks.
However, according to Maria Montessori’s Institute‘s Head of Training, Louise Livingston, parents can do more than just “survive” the summer holidays. By incorporating elements of the Montessori approach they can encourage children’s creativity and independence and make lasting memories.
Surviving Glastonbury’s Musical Marathon: Day 3 Highlights with Dreamy Melodies and Sound Tech Wonders from Digico!Jul 29 2023
My (54) first Glastonbury Festival with my son (27) – Day 3 starts off gently at 11am, to bring all the fragile ravers back from their slumbers. The exhaustion is being felt as bodies are pushed far beyond the limits. A small group of us went to Martin Richter who combines classical instruments and poetry in a modern way. It was dreamy and just what we needed.
Glasto Day 2, I woke up early with the heat and light for we were blessed with good weather. No mud-baths thank goodness. Nonetheless I felt sticky and, having heard of the legendary Greenpeace showers, thought I would attempt my own Mission Impossible.