Gardeners World 2 for 1 Card

In May’s edition of Gardeners World magazine you will find their annual 2 for 1 card. This gains you 2 for 1 access to 360 beautiful gardens across the UK, including some great ones in the South East. The magazine costs just ยฃ6.99 and you’ll probably save more than this by using the card just once. Here are some of my favourite places to visit using the 2 for 1 card.

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Pony Riding at Ruislip Park Stables

Ashley is completely horse mad! So when I saw that Ruislip Park Stables took children from as young as 1 on their pony rides I couldn’t wait to take her. They have some lovey small ponies that they use for toddlers and take them on a guided walk, which you accompany them on, through the woods.

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The Look Out Discovery Centre Playground

This amazing playground is located within Swinley Forest in Bracknell and is part of the Look Out Discovery Centre. Currently you have to reserve a space to play there, which guarantees that it won’t be busy. You also get a reserved picnic bench as part of your booking so have somewhere to sit and enjoy your coffee!

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Wigginton Playground

The village playground in Wigginton is a really lovely playground and brilliant for younger kids. It’s not huge, but so well thought out and really well looked after. Parents are well catered for too as The Village Shop next to it sells an amazing selection of freshly baked cakes, which I of course tried and they were delicious!

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Leavesden Country Park

Leavesden Country Park is one of the best completely free days out you can have with your little ones. Not only is the park free to visit but even the parking is free! There are loads of amazing playgrounds dotted all around the park, it’s very buggy friendly and there’s also a fun heritage trail. Read my article on Leavesden Country Park for Families Chiltern Magazine here.

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The Benefits of Pregnancy Yoga (Even Via Zoom)

During my first pregnancy with Ashley I attended pregnancy yoga classes every week and found it beneficial in so many ways. Not only did it help me through my pregnancy and birth but I also made some wonderful friends who I am still very close to now. Whilst it’s not been possible for me to attend any face to face yoga group classes during this pregnancy due to lockdown, I have been attending classes via Zoom with Charyn from MamaBabyBliss Wycombe and love it! Here’s why…

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