What we’re up to this October half term

Today marked the first day of the October half term for us, as the Norfolk schools have two inset days meaning Roo and Tigger are treated to a couple of extra days off school.

With Tigger just out of hospital, today has been a day of recuperation and catching up everything that was dropped suddenly.  With most of the housework caught up on I am now making plans for what we can get up to over half term.

A day with family

I was meant to be at work tomorrow but managed to get some emergency annual leave due to Tigger being ill and the children were due to be spending the day with their Auntie and cousins.  Slight change of plan in that only Roo will go and have fun whilst Tigger stays with me.  I don’t think he is 100% yet and my nephew is the same as Tigger and get ill quite quickly.

Frozen Sing-a-long

This is the part where I have to confess to never actually seeing all of Frozen, I seen the start, a few scenes from the middle but that is about it.  I do however, know the words to the songs (Roo has the soundtrack playing often!).  So I thought what better way than to start the half term holidays than with a trip to the cinema for a Frozen sing-a-long special – just £3.00 each or free in our case as we used our Sun+ Perks Odeon cinema codes

Frozen Sing-a-long

Walk in the woods

Hopefully if the weather is nice we will pop over to the Gruffalo Trail and enjoy a walk in the woods. I need to make sure I am dressed appropriately this time, walking trousers and boots will be required – jeans and sandals are no good for clambering through the woods, over logs and playing on the play park.

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London Baby!

A mother and daughter day is needed to reconnect after being back at school and everything else that has been happening.  So I’m planning on taking Roo to London for the day.  With an early train booked I hope to make the most of the day with maybe a trip to the London Eye, visiting Hamleys, cake and maybe a bit of sight seeing too.

London Eye Witch Academy

More treat than trick 

Not being a family who goes out Trick or Treating we still wanted to mark Halloween in some way, last year we held a party but this year we have decided to head off to one Drayton Manor’s More Treat than Trick days.  With arts, crafts and pumpkin carving alongside their usual rides and of course Thomas Land, I’m sure the kids will have an amazing time.

Drayton Manor - Trick or Treat

Firework Spectacular 

Finishing off our half term and celebrating Roo and Tigger’s birthdays a few days early we will be enjoying late night rides and the Drayton Manor firework spectacular. Having attended last year and loved it we have decided this would the best way to finish the holiday (go out with a bang if you will).

Drayton Manor - Firework Spectacular

What do you have planned for the October half term?

 

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5 Comments

  1. October 24, 2014 / 10:06 am

    Wow! What an action packed week! Sounds fabulous.

    I know Ruby would love the Frozen event. Have a great time at the Gruffalo’s Child Trail. x

  2. October 24, 2014 / 10:10 am

    Please can I come with you?!!! Especially on the London one, that sounds amazing!!

  3. October 24, 2014 / 4:59 pm

    Wow, I’m a little jealous now. Looks like you’ve got a fab time ahead. So many fun thing. Your kids are lucky x

  4. October 24, 2014 / 6:48 pm

    I am so jealous! Have fun though!

  5. October 25, 2014 / 6:36 am

    ooh that all looks great fun

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