East Sussex Family Days Out: Blue Reef Aquarium Hastings Review

After watching Finding Dory recently I really wanted to go to an aquarium! I had some Tesco Clubcard points to use, so decided to redeem them and have a day out at Blue Reef Aquarium in Hastings, East Sussex. We arrived at around 10:30am on a Tuesday morning, after deciding to go midweek in the hopes it would be quieter. This worked as we pretty much had the whole place to ourselves! Arriving at Blue Reef Aquarium Upon arrival we were met by a friendly member of staff. After purchasing our tickets we were given a receipt that allowed us to go in and […]

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Review: The Llama Park, East Sussex

Guest Post from Mr A Blonde And A Baby (Joe) A Visit to The Llama Park I have Lily most Tuesday’s whilst Beth is at work, and I always try to get out somewhere with her, but we never really try anywhere new. Yesterday I needed to take my car to be repaired in a different part of East Sussex, so once I knew we would need to hang around for a while I googled nearby places to visit. I found the Llama Park and to be honest I didn’t know what to expect, but I have got to say I […]

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My Birthday: A Family Day Out

It was my birthday this week, and I guess I can no longer say I am in my mid 20s…sob! I’m not really one of these people who gets too hung up on that. I’m just excited for a day of celebrating! Since becoming a mum birthdays have turned from a day of being pampered, or going shopping, usually drinking and dancing the night away… to a family day followed by a takeaway in front of the telly. I used to think I would miss celebrating in the way I did before, but actually I had a perfect day. Breakfast We […]

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Days Out In East Sussex: Drusillas Park, East Sussex Review

When looking for a day out in East Sussex our family cannot recommend Drusillas enough. As a previous member as a child myself I have loved rediscovering the park, noticing what has stayed the same and what has changed. Sure enough they still have some old classics like the milking cow, a plastic cow where children can pretend to milk the udders! But things have been updated too and the park has been well looked after. It isn’t looking tired at all. Drusillas is split in to three main sections: the zoo, the play area and hello kitty’s secret garden. The Zoo: One […]

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