Looking for an adventure this year? You don’t have to travel around the world to get one. Believe us. Wales has every outdoor activity you could possibly want, and many you may not have even realised were possible! There are even accommodation options that allow you to enjoy the great outdoors such as glamping; Wales is a magical country that every outdoor lover needs to explore and find out just why Wales is crowned the country of outdoor adventure!
As we head into March, the flowers are beginning to blossom, the baby lambs are being born and we are starting to see some glimpses of better weather across the U.K. There is simply no better time to enjoy the spring than in Easter, when the children are off school on their Easter break, the weather is drier and spring is in full-swing!
That’s why we have compiled a list of some of the best spring events happening across the U.K to visit on your family Easter break. Whether you’re on a glamping UK break or staying in a log cabin, these are some of the best events happening across the Easter holidays:
Spring is fast approaching and with it comes some great improvements in the weather! Although we cannot guarantee that the sun will be shining, we’ve come up with a list of the best activities (child-friendly of course) that you can do this spring come wind, rain or shine!
Parents often find that in the winter it is harder to find activities for the kids to partake in that gets them outdoors, with fears of winter colds and dangerous slides making the outdoors seem like a scary place. However, research has revealed that there isn’t anything better that you could do for your kids in the winter period than getting them outside to play! Here are just a few of the best benefits they could experience when playing outdoors in the winter whilst on your glamping holidays:
Winter is a wonderful time to get outside and enjoy nature in such a beautiful season, so why not incorporate this with an attractive seasonal craft project that the whole family can get involved with and make an Xmas wreath from foraged materials?
Glamping holidays provide the perfect escape from technology and a high degree of parent-child interaction, mostly because there is no escape from each other! Chances are a lot of the decent conversation was used up in the car journey here, leaving nothing but the opportunity for games galore in its wake. It’s great to come prepared with rounders’ sets, cricket bats, balls, rackets, twister and maybe some board games and playing cards as well as whatever else floats your boat on holiday. However, some of the best games are the delightful homemade sorts, that require no kit and were just plucked out of the air one day in a sense of desperation. For all sorts of unforgettable memories for the whole family, here’s a few of our favourites.
It’s great to see the numbers of people who now understand the importance of consuming increased levels of plant-based foods, including nuts, various fruits, vegetables, and pulses. Eating these foods means it isn’t just your health that benefits, the planet does too!
In conjunction with National Camping and Caravanning Week (NCCW), the Camping and Caravanning Club are currently promoting the benefits of getting out and enjoying the outdoors by challenging families and schools to get the younger generations out of their bedrooms and into the great outdoors.
A school in South Lakeland, Cumbria has once again been given an eco-award thanks to its hard work, dedication and commitment to sustainability and environmental work.