Monthly Archives: November 2010

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At last we have FINALLY managed to visit the Baby Palace at the New Walsall Art Gallery and it was worth the wait!  With no clashing school runs, we enjoyed an hour of relaxation exploring sensory treasures in a darkened … Continue reading

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I love it when a plan comes together 🙂  Trains, tractors and Thomas are our big thing at the moment so I’ve been swatting up!  I’ve learnt some of the characters names from Thomas and Friends, their numbers and colours and … Continue reading

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We visited the Sealife Centre in Birmingham today and it was a great day out.  It’s a little bit costly but you can print off a 2-for-1 voucher from Visit the Heart of England making the price a little better.  … Continue reading

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I spent Sunday at the National Memorial Arboretum and was taken aback by all of the things it has offer.  The main memorial is phenomenal in size and really brings home the numbers of servicemen and women this country has … Continue reading

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I wanted to say a big thank you to Paula Kovacs for accomodating TonkyTots at the art gallery.  I arranged a special Make Your Mark session for the children I look after on a Thursday and invited some friends and … Continue reading

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There’s was lots of learning to be enjoyed on our trip to the safari park on Monday.  With a free return visit from earlier in the year it turned out to be a great day out.  We enjoyed seeing the … Continue reading

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My last post was mid-October and suddenly we’re in November 😀  Well I had a lovely end to October as I visited Budapest.  One of the places of interest during my visit was The Children’s Railway…a railway run by children … Continue reading