• Broxbourne Woods Sculpture Trail in Hertfordshire

    Broxbourne Woods Sculpture Trail in Hertfordshire

    If you’re looking for a fun walk for young children in Hertfordshire, the Broxbourne Woods Sculpture Trail near Hertford takes some beating. The walk is suitable for buggies and wheelchairs and is a fairly flat…

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    Henry Moore Studios and Gardens in Hertfordshire: a review

    Henry Moore Studios and Gardens in Hertfordshire: …

    We recently spent a wonderful Sunday with our boys (aged seven and four) exploring the¬†Henry Moore Studios and Gardens in Hertfordshire. I love visiting galleries and museums and I’m keen to teach my children about…

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    Walks in Herts with kids: Heartwood Forest

    Walks in Herts with kids: Heartwood Forest

    It’s rather telling of the times we’re living in that woodland “den building” has become an advertised activity. But if that’s what has to be done to get kids playing outdoors, then so be it.…

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    Where to see bluebells in Hertfordshire

    Where to see bluebells in Hertfordshire

    Bluebell woods in Hertfordshire With each year that passes, I find there are certain events in the British calendar which start to grow a bit stale. The culmination of the Premier League Football season for…

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    Walks in Herts with kids: Watton at Stone circular walk

    Walks in Herts with kids: Watton at …

    As a number of Hertfordshire friends have asked me to recommend a buggy-friendly walk, I thought I’d write up this circular amble along the country lanes and tracks of Watton at Stone, near Hertford. The…

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    Walks in Herts with kids: Mardley Heath

    Walks in Herts with kids: Mardley Heath

    When you’re taking children out for a walk it sometimes helps to have a destination or focal point to aim for to encourage them away from their Lego, iPad or whatever other housebound activity they’re…

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