Tried and tested Cheltenham events, attractions, cafes, restaurants and more by local mums and dads.

17th – 18th June: What’s On In Cheltenham This Weekend

One word. SCORCHIO!  🌞  This weekend’s going to be hot, hot, hot.  Here’s a few ideas of things going on around town that you can get involved in.. It’s great to see so many fun days and fayres on the list; low cost, all round ente...

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Theatre Review: Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat opened last night at the Everyman Theatre with Joe McElderry (X-Factor winner, 2009) the latest in a long line of tunesters suiting up to face the music. There are shows running until Saturday evening with afte...

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Arty Fun in the rain at Paint it Yourself Pottery

We LOVE arty-crafty days and whilst I’m not a natural when it comes to painting or anything to do with art, my little girl loves it, so that means I love it. If the arts and crafts can be out of the house – even better – as Isla sure knows how t...

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A Day Trip To Abbey Park

One thing Cheltenham is certainly in abundance of is outdoor spaces and parks. But today we fancied heading somewhere different, so we packed a picnic, hopped in the car and headed for the bright lights of….Evesham. Just over half an hours drive away is...

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Sandford Park Secrets

If I had to rate this week in terms of annoyance on a scale of 1-10, I would give it a 12. The kiddies have been cooped up with chicken pox, which means no nursery, no toddler groups, no park trips, nothing.  And to top it all off the weather has been bl...

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How To Boss Your Car Boot Sale

I am a complete novice when it comes to car boots but after countless attempts to sell on various online selling sites I couldn’t bear to take and upload any more pictures… So I had the ingenious idea of heading to a car boot. I borrowed a clo...

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At The Lido With The Tiddlers

Summer is here! Its official. How do I know? Because the Lido is open!  Yippee!  I have to pinch myself every year at how lucky we are in Cheltenham to have this absolutely beautiful place to spend our summers, and boy do I take advantage! Open 7 days a...

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Trialling the Primrose Vale Easter Trail

There’s an abundance of great activities and days out going on this Easter and with so much on offer it’s difficult to choose what would suit you and yours. Last weekend we hopped along to the Primrose Vale Easter Trail to check it out. Have a read if...

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Movies for Juniors: A First-Timer’s Guide

I seem to have an ability to turn even the most simple of tasks into a drama so it should have been no surprise that my first Movies for Juniors trip with Max was a comedy of errors of blockbuster proportions. I’ve been wanting to take Max (my eldest) t...

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12 Baby and Toddler-Friendly Cafes in Cheltenham

Sometimes getting out and about with a baby or toddler in tow can be a trial in itself so here’s a run-down of 12 baby and toddler-friendly cafes so you can reward your efforts with cake, coffee and a chinwag.  These have been (sort-of) spaced across t...

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