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[ 15 Feb 2016 | No Comment ]

Did you know that Roald Dahl used to be a spy? And also a fighter pilot, inventor and historian of chocolate? Embark on a magical and interactive journey through The Wondercrump World of Roald Dahl and discover the secrets of a writer beloved by gazillions of children.
The boys love Roald Dahl books, and they have often asked if we could go and see something about him … like when we met David Walliams, or visited Rudyard Kipling’s house at Batemans. However the museum of Roald Dahl in Bucks is a …

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[ 10 Jan 2016 | No Comment ]

If you’re looking for a day out in London with kids of mixed ages, we had a great time at Shrek’s Adventure on London’s South Bank.
I wasn’t sure what to expect – the kids had seen adverts on TV but what they told me didn’t leave me much the wiser. The website describes Shrek’s Adventure as a ‘walk and ride’ tour, but it is also packed with actors playing characters who guide you through the adventure.
Tickets are for a booked time slot so we walked in, and joined our party …

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[ 8 Jan 2016 | No Comment ]
Review: Epson Eco Tank ET-4550

It isn’t the cost of the printer, is it? It’s always the ink. Whether you run a business from home, want a printer for a small office, or have children who love to print their online art, this review is about a new development in printers that might just help you.
Over the last year I’ve been completing my MA in Critical and Creative Writing, which included a 15,000 word dissertation.  I wanted to print it out myself because it included creative elements, using a variety of types of paper, different …