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Editor Victoria Galligan headed to the Chill Factore for some summer fun on the slopes. Read her review to see if snow life is for you…
In the height of summer, when the school holidays have made everyone forget what day it is and the heat is getting a little bit too much for the kids, there is no better way to spend the day than on a snowy mountainside in Manchester.
Liverpool ONE will unveil a giant slide, injecting extra fun into family days out this summer.
The giant slide, which is FREE to ride, opens to the public on Monday, (29 July) offering visitors a fun-filled alternative to steps and escalators!
The slide will start outside the All Saints store in Upper South John Street and finish with an AstroTurf landing next to the LEGO store in Lower South John Street.
The new addition will be in place until 8 September, with children – and grown-ups welcome to give it a try. Height and weight restrictions apply.*
If the summer holidays are a daunting time, particularly when it comes to sorting childcare, juggling work and also making sure the children don’t get bored, then Escape Live could have the answer.
While children can be excited about the six weeks holiday, parents and carers may be worrying about how they are going to keep their children occupied and active without spending a fortune. However, there are plenty of things to do to keep kids occupied, even on rainy days (hopefully this summer won’t be a washout!).
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The Heinz Beanz Muzeum opens on Friday 30th August, at Covent Garden in London to celebrate the 150th birthday of Heinz
The curious collection will lift the (tin) lid on the impact this much-loved, quintessentially British icon has had on the nation over the last Century