#CulturedKids 60 – London October 2020

Welcome to the October edition of Cultured Kids – and my very first as co-host! It’s a real privilege to help run Culture Kids, as I’ve been joining in with it for years. Through it I’ve read some great blogs, discovered new places and made like-minded friends, both virtual and in real life. The encouragement from like-minded creatives has given…

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October 2020 Half Term: Things to do in London with kids

Temperatures are dropping, the coronacoaster keeps rolling … but we still need to entertain the kids this half term, whatever the circumstances. The good news is that London’s cultural destinations are a great option for families, with extra safety and hygiene measures to keep you safe, as well as extra activities to keep you sane. Our socially distanced days out…

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Museum Mum picks: October 2020

It’s looking like a busy month for culture lovers, with new art openings, autumnal activities – and a half-term so jam-packed it demands a separate guide! Here’s my pick of cultural activities for London families throughout October: The first every Mayfair Sculpture Trail explores temporary and permanent artworks on the streets and in the arcades of Mayfair. New works include…

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Museum Mum Picks: September 2020

It’s not just schools reopening this month – more London museums throw open their doors, and popular arts festivals return. Read on for my pick of reopenings and cultural activities for London families this month.   Welcome back! The following museums reopen this month: NB: You need to pre-book your visit for almost all of these, I’ve popped a handy…

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A Sussex weekend staycation with kids near Rye

Between the medieval landscapes of the Sussex High Weald and the south coastline lies 1066 Country. As the name suggests, it’s an area where history was made, leaving behind iconic battlefields and majestic castles, as well as smugglers caves, secret passages and historic fishing fleets. Boasting over 150 miles of beaches, the area stretches from the golden dunes of Camber…

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