There are many ways to keep children occupied, and you donâ€™t always have to spend money! Check out this weekâ€™s Top 10
1.Go for a walk: This is the most simple and most affordable way to entertain children at half term. Maybe youâ€™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 weâ€™re sure this wonâ€™t break the bank and it will be worth it!
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