Donnington Castle, West Berkshire
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Free Activities for Summer 2015 in Berkshire

During these times of austerity, recreational activities can be the first part of the family budget to take a hit. While it seems that most of Berkshire is spending long hot summer days roller-coastings at Legoland and swimming-the-rapids at Coral Reef, the outlook for some can feel bleak. Without the funds for theme parks and […]

July 24, 2015 0
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The Most Amazing Birthday Parties in Berkshire

You’ve done all the soft play, swimming and cinema parties any sober parent can handle. You’ve had your fill of picnics and pizzas, and the very thought of another bowling party is more than you can bear.  Even pottery parties and laser quest are feeling so last decade. Well lucky you – Berkshire has no shortage of exciting party […]

June 13, 2015 0
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Lambing Weekend

Following a very cold start to the year, things are finally warming up. As the temperature rises and grass starts to grow, this is the time of year when farm animals tend to give birth. Several farms in Berkshire offer the public admission, to allow viewing of sheep who will commonly lamb over the March/April […]

April 25, 2013 0
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February 2013 Half Term Activities

Keeping the kids busy in the holidays is no easy task. So, take heart from this extensive list of fun activities in Berkshire including crafts, sport, nature discovery indoors and out. Libraries and museums are always fun whatever the weather and with extra events organised over the half term toddlers, tweens and parents will all […]

January 9, 2013 0
Monkey - Living Rainforest
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Berkshire’s own Rainforest

The Living Rainforest in Thatcham, has to be one of the county’s most exciting attractions! In the heart of Berkshire lies 700 acres of rainforest waiting to be discovered. Lizards, birds, monkeys, a crocodile, butterflies and snakes all roam free in their own natural habitat (OK, so maybe the crocodile and snakes don’t roam free!) […]

January 6, 2012 4
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