Blog » Month: December 2019

Adventures in Lapland

A lovely Mumbler tells us about their family adventure to Lapland…. Last week we had an amazing adventure in Lapland. It has been a great dream of mine to visit Lapland and last year I persuaded my husband that time was running out for the opportunity to visit Santa Claus whilst Christmas is still full…

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Meet Sam and Katie – Fostering North Yorkshire

Life is really different now for them – only a year ago they had never sat down to a shared family meal, and regularly heard their parents arguing loudly at night when they were in bed. Katie said it made her feel scared.  Both children had suffered from neglect and differing levels of physical abuse….

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10 Ideas for Family Days Out After Christmas in and around Yorkshire

If you’re looking for ideas to get out of the house and for the kids to burn off some energy once the Christmas celebrations are over, we have listed our ‘Top Ten’ day trip ideas which an easy drive of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey.  We have included indoor and outdoor activities in case the weather…

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Morrisons to Give Customers FREE Wonky Carrots for Rudolph

We love Wonky Veg at Morrisons, now we love it even more – Free carrots for Rudolph! To help customers with Christmas Eve tradition of leaving carrots out for reindeers and as farmers struggle with carrot crop due to wet autumn weather; Morrisons supermarkets across the UK will be giving away 125,000 paper bags of…

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The Christmas Eve Box – an increasingly popular tradition

The Christmas Eve Box is becoming an increasingly popular tradition. It’s a nice way to keep little ones occupied on Christmas Eve and to share in some family fun. There are many ways to tailor the tradition to suit your family, and all ages and budgets. The Box The ‘box’ can be something as simple…

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The 12 Tech Tips Of Christmas For Parents

Guest blog from The E-Safety Office   With Christmas looming, it is a busy time for parents buying presents and making sure that they will have happy faces on Christmas Day morning. Whilst traditional toys such as Lego, board games and character figures are still popular, there are an increasing number of interactive toys which…

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Christmas Apps And Websites

Mumbler has listed of some of the best free Christmas apps and websites including how to track Santa on Christmas Eve, receive a phone call from the man himself and how to reroute him to Granny’s house for those children worried about Santa finding them on Christmas Eve if they’re not at home. These apps…

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Christmas and New Year holiday waste and recycling collection arrangements

Please check the website here for details of the dates of your collections over the Christmas period. If you do not put your bin out on time, they will not return to collect it. Tips and Recycling centre details here

Treasure Island

Treasure Island is full of pantomime fun with lots of singing, dancing, puppetry and adventure. The actors and actresses will certainly deserve their Christmas lunch this year! Let’s hope these intrepid explorers make it home in time….   We loved it! Henry and I haven’t been to The Round Theatre before – what a lovely…

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Card Factory: Scarborough & Whitby Mumblers Top 10 Personalised Christmas gifts

We ALL know how hard it can be for to find the perfect gift for those #ungiftable family members, friends or colleagues! Finding something within the budget which is not just another piece of “tat” adds to the pressure even more. I love to watch a recipients face when they genuinely LOVE the gift I…

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Christmas TV!

Here’s a handy guide split out by day, time and channel – set the Sky Plus, it could buy you a lot of time…. New Years Eve  The Railway Children – 11.20 am: BBC1 Teen Wolf – 12.50pm: Film4 Paddington 2 – 1.30 pm: BBC1 Oliver Twist – 2.30pm: Drama 4: Rise of the Silver…

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