3. Have a Day Out: Depending where you live, it may be easy for you to enjoy a day out with your youngsters while they are on holiday from school. How much you spend depends on what you decide to do. You could head to the coast and visit the beach. It doesn’t have to be sunny, as there are plenty of things to do, such as enjoying a bite to eat by picking up some chips from a seaside chip shop to strolling along the pier.
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