We’ve all heard about those peculiar pregnancy cravings that some women get. Odd combinations such as pulled pork on vanilla ice cream and even pizza and icing have been revealed as some of the strange foods that women gravitate towards when pregnant. Whilst not all women get these funny pregnancy cravings and some don’t get cravings at all, it still begs the question – what causes us to crave different foods and flavours whilst pregnant?… View Post

The countdown to the Muller Anniversary Games is …

The countdown to the Muller Anniversary Games is on!

It’s time to book your tickets to the Muller Anniversary Games, for a fantastic family day out that you will recall for years to come.  Showcasing over the weekend of 21st and 22nd July 2018 at the London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford it is one of the do not miss sporting events of the year.  With lots of big-name athletes participating, you want to be able to drop into conversation that you were at the games when the key milestones were met.… View Post

Great Games for Outside – Keep Fit This Summer

Great Games for Outside – Keep Fit This Summer

With the summer holidays fast approaching, now’s the time to start thinking of fun and unique ways to get the family outdoors. These days, the majority of kids spend their time in front of technology, rather than playing outside. This does nothing for their physical and mental health so, why not check out these great games for outside listed below.… View Post

Ways to introduce golf to young children

Ways to introduce golf to young children

Spring is in blossom and summer’s just around the corner, so what better time to start thinking about introducing your little one to a new sport?

Children today are often seen participating in more ‘popular’ sports, such as rugby and football, but why not consider opting for something different, like golf? Not only does it ensure your child is getting some vital physical activity, it is a sport known to be less-prone to injury in comparison to contact sports.… View Post

How much sugar do your children’s Easter …

How much sugar do your children’s Easter chocolates really contain?

Fun though it can be to treat your children with chocolate at Easter, you could still be concerned about that confectionary’s nutritional content. Recent research by Simply Education, an agency which matches teaching staff to schools around the UK, appears to vindicate such concern.… View Post

Buying Guide for a Worthwhile River Float Tube

Buying Guide for a Worthwhile River Float Tube

Nothing beats the summer heat better than getting wet on a fun outdoor activity, say, river tubing, for instance. Whether it is floating lazily over a calm stream or tagging behind a motorboat at a high speed, a river float tube has become an increasingly popular tool during the summer.… View Post

Are you ready for The Clash 2018!

Are you ready for The Clash 2018!

Aviva Premiership team Bath Rugby will take on Leicester Tigers in The Clash, with tickets now available to the public. As one of the biggest sporting and entertainment events of 2018, the match between Bath and Leicester is sure to attract an impressive crowd at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 7th April 2018. … View Post

Sweetening the Sugar Switch – 10 ways you can make …

Sweetening the Sugar Switch – 10 ways you can make sugar swaps

We all love a little sweetness to sweeten our day and make things taste a little more luxurious and enhance its flavour. Sometimes though it can be hard if you are trying to take a healthy outlook on life and cut down on your sugar intake.

Sugar really is everywhere and it’s sometimes hard to avoid it. There are lots of different sources of sugar which we sometimes don’t even think about. One of the biggest sources of sugar in our diet, however, is sugary drinks which are linked to a huge increase in calorie consumption and ultimately also an increase in type 2 diabetes and dental decay.… View Post

Eight ways to get your family exercising body …

Eight ways to get your family exercising body and mind

Exercising both our body and mind are important to stay fit and healthy, but in an age where computers and the internet dominate our lives, it’s increasingly difficult to get our kids out and about, getting the amount of exercise they need and focussing their minds on something other than a screen.

This is where family activities can help. Nobody wants to insist their children play a sport they don’t want to for them to remain physically fit, nor force them to carry out mental exercises designed for Albert Einstein to make sure their minds are getting a thorough work out as well.… View Post