Blog » Month: February 2019

Star Gazing with Hidden Horizons

After nights of clear skies with loads of stars on display, I drove Henry and I to Sutton Bank in fog feeling a little bit downbeat. The event was part of the Dark Skies Festival 2019. When we got there, we were met by the lovely Hidden Horizons team who had a “bad weather” plan….

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Gullivers Retreats

This is a little feature on Gullivers Retreats and how it has come about. Scarborough Mumbler is running a feature to showcase some local “mumpreneur” businesses. Kelly is the founder of Gullivers Retreats and is mum of one little boy. Below she tells her story and the products she makes. “I have worked from the…

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Dalby Forest Cycle Hub

We recently went to Dalby Forest for a great family day out. Dalby Forest Cycle Hub have some bikes great bikes and we used them for a family bike ride. They have cool trailers for toddlers too. Henry is 6 and Eliza is just 4. We had previously ridden around the Zog trail on her…

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Memberships / Family Schemes in or near Scarborough

There are some fantastic attractions in or near Scarborough where you can benefit of membership or becoming a “friend”. I have picked out a few below which may be of interest to you. Some offer discounted family tickets, others unlimited entry for a year. Click on the title to visit their websites. English Heritage –…

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Dark Skies Festival

The North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales are a stargazer’s paradise, with some of the best night skies in the country. In an urban area you’ll be lucky to see 20 stars on a clear night, but in an area of low light pollution, such as our National Parks, you could see as many as 2,000. 80%…

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