Today I'm continuing the frugal theme of the summer holidays, and bringing together all of the places that I can find which offer free kids meals over the summer holidays. I have two toddlers who veer daily between human dustbins who want to eat everything in sight, to fussy bird-like eaters who are horrified at the suggestion you might expect them to actually try something that you have paid for. So when I couldn't be bothered to cook the other day, I was on the hunt for a somewhere that we'd get a free child's meal. I managed to find quite a few, but it took a fair bit of googling. So here is a list which will hopefully help you if you are on the hunt for a cheaper family meal out.
Hello, the Parents of the North feature is back, after a brief hiatus whilst I was on holiday in deepest darkest Hertfordshire. Today's features is from Sarah, who not only runs her own online store full of kids clothes and toys, but she is the owner of one of the most stylish kids in the North East. Sarah is mum to the gorgeous Coco who looks picture perfect everywhere she goes, and is the perfect walking model for Curlystiltskin, which is Sarah's store. I have followed both Sarah's personal account @cocoandliquorice and @curlystiltskin for a while now, and she is always off somewhere interesting, so was high on my list of people ask to feature in this series. As expected she didn't disappoint and her post is full of ideas for places to explore. I particularly liked her honest response to the question about child-free time. Not only does Nat run a gorgeous children's store, but she used to work for the English Heritage, so knows her way around a family friendly visitors destination. Basically she is far more qualified than me to run a family blog - so lets all promise that we aren't going to burst my bubble and mention it to her okay? This post is a lovely long one, with lots of recommendations, and details about Nat setting up her own company. I loved it - Enjoy.