The day the Gruffalo came to life at Moors Valley

Today we were one of the first to visit a new augmented reality trail at Moors Valley. The self-led trail is packed with fun facts about forest animals with fantastic activities to enjoy along the way and is completely free to do although you can purchase an additional activity pack at the visitor centre for an extra £3 if you choose. To take part simply download the Gruffalo Spotter app before you visit which brings Julia Donaldson’s fabulous Gruffalo to life along the trail by simply reading the special code at selected points along the trail. The really clever bit is that once you’ve… Continue Reading “The day the Gruffalo came to life at Moors Valley”

10 things to do in Dorset this February Half Term

Weymouth Sealife Centre

It feels like the kids have only been back to school for five minutes since their last school holiday, but half term is almost upon us. February can be a bit hit and miss weather wise so here are my top ten suggestions, five indoor and five outdoor, for activities to entertain the kids during the school break. Outdoor Fossil hunting! Did you know the winter months are the perfect time for searching for fossils on the Jurassic Coast? Pull on your wellies, wear your warmest coast and check out our post on the best fossil hunting beaches to visit.… Continue Reading “10 things to do in Dorset this February Half Term”

Forest Segway Experience with Go Ape!

Go Ape Segway

How do you fancy getting off the beaten track for an hour of fun with a Forest Segway Experience from Go Ape? Kian finally finished his GCSE’s this week which means he no longer has to go to school and we were keen to give him an experience he would enjoy after all his hard work in the past few weeks. Back in March we visited Go Ape at Moors Valley to take part in their Tree Top Adventure. Whilst we were walking through the trees and hurtling down the ziplines we saw a group out on Segways and all remarked… Continue Reading “Forest Segway Experience with Go Ape!”