September can be a difficult time, the kids back at school and the weather is starting to worsen, but it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom; here are some fun ideas to make weekends even more exciting.
Jump arenas – They are becoming more and more popular with adults as well as children. It’s a fun way to interact with the kids as well as doing a bit of gentle exercise. Keep an eye out for Groupon deals for your local Jump arena as there could be big savings.
DIY pamper days- whether it’s with the kids, a partner or just having a laugh with friends; having a pamper day doesn’t have ...
Halloween is just around the corner, but this wonderful holiday doesn’t have to cost a lot. We have a few useful ideas to make Halloween 2017 extra special and inexpensive.
Decorations: Simple things that are fun to make with the kids. These spooky ghost bunting are really easy to make by only using a long piece of string, old white sheets or cloth, tennis or polystyrene balls and a marker pen.
You can create these creepy looking bloody hands to put on windows or the front door to scare the neighbours. All you need is red food colouring and PVA glue.
Carving or painting ...
Get 10% off when you book at least one day in advance online and a 'free' one-year pass when you choose to donate your entry fee to the Eden Trust when booking. So you’d pay £22.50 per adult, £12.60 per child and get entry to the Eden Project in Cornwall for a year
Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal and snacks, including Rice Krispies, Frosties, Crunchy Nut and Squares (£2ish-£4ish in supermarkets) to get a 'Grown-Ups Go Free' voucher for 32 Merlin theme parks and attractions.
Effectively this is a 2for1 (or better) as you have to buy a full-price ch...