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The SEND family guide to The Forbidden Corner

Sometimes days out can get a bit repetitive. Farms, soft play and museums all rightfully have their place on our go-to list but sometimes we just want to do something different. Doing something different with a child who has additional needs isn’t always easy, and sometimes downright impossible. However, my factory setting is optimistic and

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The SEND family guide to Fountains Abbey

SEND Family Guide To Fountains Abbey

The first time we went to Fountains Abbey was when Big Bear was four months old. It was a glorious summer’s day and J and I had a lovely walk around its 800 acres of beautiful countryside. “We’ll definitely have to come back here when he’s older”, we said. It’s taken five years – I’m

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The SEND family guide to The Deep in Hull

I love a list and my phone is full of them. Two of my favourites are my  ‘safe’ places for family days out – one for dry days and the other for wet. They have been carefully compiled and honed over the last few years from  experience. These are places I know I can rely

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Our most successful family holiday

Great Holiday For SEND Children

I really struggle to find suitable family breaks so when I come across a great holiday for SEND children (special educational needs and disabilities) I want to shout about it. Last year, whilst browsing one of my favourite travel blogs, Kiddie Holidays, I found Higher Lank Farm in Cornwall. I was blown away by its