There are many ways to keep children occupied, and you don’t always have to spend money! Check out this week’s Top 10
1.Go for a walk: This is the most simple and most affordable way to entertain children at half term. Maybe you’ll walk around your nearest reservoir and the kids can spot birds and other wildlife that live in the area, or perhaps you prefer to drive somewhere to go for a walk. Depending where you go, you may have to pay for admission or parking, but we’re sure this won’t break the bank and it will be worth it!
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