This week we returned to ROARR! as a family, a chance to reacquaint ourselves with the dinosaur trail, try out the Predator High Ropes and the new Dippy’s Raceway. So I thought I’d share what a visit to ROARR! Dinosaur Adventure is like under the new social distancing measures.
Jelly Invaders takes you on a journey into the fascinating world of jellyfish! Be mesmerised by enchanting jellyfish as they dance around, where multi-coloured lights emphasise their beauty and create a uniquely stunning experience!
Imagination and creativity are in the air as Fantasy February arrives at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure this half-term!
A few years ago I discovered the wonderful story of The Little Prince. A book that one of the children had brought home from the school library for us to enjoy at bedtime. From that first time reading the book I fell in love with the story and it has been one that we have enjoyed time and time again.
The former home of BBC Springwatch, the 700-acre reserve is abundant with wildlife and thriving year-round natural woodland and wetland interest. Woodland walks, trails, bird hides, gardens and boardwalks present an amazing opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of Norfolk’s Wensum Valley.
When it comes to seaside adventures on the northeast coast, there’s few to rival good ol’Great Yarmouth. A little calmer, and slightly more collected, than other nearby seaside towns, such as Skegness and Scarborough, Great Yarmouth is a fab choice of ‘staycation’ for families with small children.
We headed over to Gressenhall farm and workhouse for LEAF #OpenFarmSunday. A chance to learn more about farming in Norfolk and meet some local producers. There’s even a chance for young people to have a go at operating farm machinery as well as enjoying a tractor ride around the farm.
Towering Treetop Tangles is the park’s biggest, highest and most daring play structure to date. Reaching more than 30 feet high and covering more than 1,000 square feet, it is aimed at the slightly bigger, more adventurous kids.
It’s time to take a dive into the deep at Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary and become the newest recruits of the Jawsome Rangers and fulfil the mission of finding the missing shark teeth.
With Sunday being Mother’s Day, intu Chapelfield challenged me to spend the morning browsing the shopping centre stores armed with a £40 gift card to see what I could treat myself to. Here lies the problem, I don’t shop well for myself. As I’m walking around I can often spot things for others, but narrowing things down to what I would like to purchase is somewhat of a challenge in itself.