Living in Norwich gives us a wide variety of options when it comes to entertaining the children. From visiting the cinema to see the latest release, stepping back in time in Norwich Castle or the Museum of Norwich, or simply looking around the numerous shops. No matter what the activity is that has brought us into the city centre, the children will always be requesting food. With tired feet, it is nice to sit down, take a load off and enjoy a family meal together. Bill’s restaurant is a perfect venue for this, especially with their amazing children’s menu.
When it comes to visiting restaurants with the children we tend to stick to ones that we have previously visited. This is down to ensuring that the menu holds something that Tigger will eat and partly down to us being conscious of other diners when the children are playing. One of the restaurants that Mr. Boo and I have wanted to visit for a while is the Middletons Steakhouse & Grill, Norwich.
The Norwich Puppet Theatre on Saturday put on a puppet workshop for the community, at The Forum, alongside a large-scale puppet display. The event marked the launch of the Aviva Community Fund 2017 and demonstrated how small things like a puppet, can with the right perspective, make a big difference to local communities.
With our plans for the weekend changing at the last minute, we decided to head into Norwich City Centre for a spot of retail therapy.
Whenever we travel as a family we tend to stay in Premier Inn hotels as they are reasonably priced, in…