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February 2014 Newsletter – School half term activities with Kids and much more

Feb 01 2014

Dear London Mums

Super mega busy January is almost over! Breathe in and out slowly… Brace yourself soon for another Half Term with kids. But don’t despair. This February 2014 Newsletter is filled with tips for Things to do with the kids this School Half Term as well as career tips for Working mothers. You will also be inspired by our Valentine Gift guides for HIM and for HER. Plus we have compiled a useful list of School Half Term activities to do in London as well as in the comfort of your home (if the weather is gloomy).

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Top Tips for an Eggstra Special Easter with your family!

Mar 26 2013

Easter is just around the corner and whilst we welcome the long break to spend more quality time with our families, the unpredictable British weather can leave us stuck inside and feeling a little stir crazy.

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THE SEA LIFE LONDON AQUARIUM PIONEERS THE UK’S FIRST “AUDIO” AQUARIUM FOR BLIND CHILDREN

Oct 25 2012

The SEA LIFE London Aquarium has kick started an innovative new project to extend the aquarium experience to a totally new audience – blind and partially sighted children. Working with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO), The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and the pupils of Joseph Clarke School the aim is to bring the ocean world to life for them through music.

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London Eye

Oct 25 2012

On a sunny day there’s no better attraction in London than the EDF Energy London Eye. My family and I have experienced it at its best having chose the Champagne package. Not only they serve you quality champagne in the capsule but you jump the queues. Ideal with kids to learn about London too! Especially on Halloween when they run special events such as the Witch Academy and you can enjoy a spook-tecular Halloween Storytelling Experience!

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LONDON FOR CHILDREN

Jul 05 2012

Did you know that a polar bear used to fish near the Tower of London? Or that ice bowling on the frozen Thames was once a popular pastime?

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