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The “Mumblings” are a collection of our own blogs, guest entries, interesting articles and anything else that we like the look of!

If you would like to write a guest blog on any parenting or local issue then we would love to hear from you. Please submit it to us via the ‘contact us’ page.

Here are the links to some more blogs that mumbler loves

Fierce Mum for super cool mums who are doing it all

North and Soul by our very own mumbler, Gillian Bruce.

The Future of Downs Written by an amazing and inspirational friend of Mumbler, Helen Kingdon.

Areyoukiddingney Another of our amazing Mumbler mums, Elizabeth Dimelow.

10 Days Out Ideas for the Summer Holidays

If you fancy a day out over the summer holidays we have listed our ‘Top Ten’ ideas either on the coast or within an hours drive (ish?!).  Hopefully, the amazing weather will continue over the holidays but if not, we’ve also included indoor activities too.   1.Piglets Adventure Farm – Summer Family Fun 23rd July –…

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FREE and Affordable Family Attractions in Whitby

If you’re seeking affordable and free family attractions in Whitby, the Yorkshire Coastal Cottages treasure map is perfect for you. Discover a variety of fun-filled attractions across the seaside town, with interactive questions to answer as you go along. How many can you tick off? You can even print off your very own treasure chest…

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Mumbler Summer Survival Tips

The Summer holidays are looming and I’m sure many of you are panicking at the prospect of 6 weeks of entertainment and juggling childcare. While some children will be happy with a paddling pool and an ice lolly in the garden (like my youngest), others need constant entertainment and activities (otherwise they will be glued…

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The lighter way to enjoy Summer – FREE or low cost ideas!

Keeping the Mini Mumblers happy throughout the Summer Holiday doesn’t need to be expensive, with these Fun but FREE (or LOW COST) activities and events. It is hard when we are just coming out of lockdown. Cheap doesn’t have to mean boring though, and with a bit of creative thinking, you can plan a summer…

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Feel-good forest walks

Dalby Forest, Yorkshire – The Adderson Rigg trail (1.5 miles) Head into Dalby forest and explore with your senses the naturally sculpted Adderstone on this gentle walk. The trail follows forest paths and roads through a variety of woodland allowing you the opportunity to ease your stress. You will be met and awakened with stunning…

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Planet Circus OMG

ROLL UP, ROLL UP Planet Circus OMG IS IN SCARBOROUGH ALL SUMMER!   Are you looking for a slice of normality and family fun suitable for all ages, then look no more as PLANET CIRCUS OMG is in town with its all-new 2022 spectacular summer show!! Be amazed, be awe struck, be inspired and be…

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Fostering North Yorkshire need more local foster carers

Fostering North Yorkshire needs more local foster carers, so that children don’t have to move to a foster family a long way from home and school, or be apart from their siblings. Could you offer a safe and welcoming home to a child? We’ll provide you with all the training, support and advice you will…

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It’s another Summer of Fun at Sewerby Hall and Gardens!

The Summer of Fun will be back at Sewerby Hall and Gardens for the summer holidays, with a packed programme of fun events and activities from Sunday, 24 July right through until early September 2022. The highlight will once again be Yorkshire Day on Monday, 1 August, with the traditional celebrations, including the Chairman of…

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The Week Junior Magazine

Make reading your Superpower! Here at Mumbler, we’re so excited to work with The Week Junior Magazine to launch their Summer of Reading for 2022! The Week Junior is a current affairs magazine for kids aged 8-14 years old, which aims to get children into reading. Each edition is a round-up of what’s been going…

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Creatures of Curiosity at Nunnington Hall

Creatures of Curiosity 16 July – 4 September Local folklore will be on show this summer, focusing on the Kirkdale caves and the Nunnington dragon with other stories incorporating elements taken from local folklore. Based on a range of real and mythological creatures from the Ryedale area, this exciting exhibition pulls together history, archaeology, science and folklore….

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