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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids

*This is a collaborative post

We were recently invited to review One Frenchgate which is gorgeous duplex apartment in the heart of the Richmond, North Yorkshire. Our apartment was so beautiful that I could have easily just stayed indoors for the full weekend, however as I'd never visited Richmond before, I thought we'd use this opportunity to get out and about and explore.


When I mentioned that I was planning a trip to Richmond to various people, they all told me that it was a real hidden gem and couldn't believe I'd never visited before, especially when it's only around 90 minutes away by car. I soon discovered that Richmond is a truly fantastic place to spend a long weekend and have been kicking myself that we've only just discovered how wonderful it is. There's lots to do and the people are amongst some of the nicest you'll meet. I'll be publishing a full review of our apartment soon, but if you can't wait, you can check out our live apartment tour over on Facebook here. 

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - One Frenchgate exterior

One Frenchgate is superbly located with magnificent views overlooking the river Swale. Everything in the town is within very easy walking distance. A few people had recommended that we visit 'The Station' so after unpacking our bags, this was our first port of call.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - The Station Richmond

The Station in Richmond is a Train Station that has been converted into a real community hub with gallery space, a cafe, an independent station cinema, a bakery, an ice cream parlour, a microbrewery and more. It's a real community hub and the kind of place I adore. It definitely reminded me of Newcastle's Grainger Market but on a much smaller scale. You can catch a family movie at one of the station's screenings and I love how you buy your ticket from the station's old ticket office. If you're after something a little more energetic you can cross over the road and take a dip in Richmond's swimming pool. Prices are very reasonable and under 3's are FREE. 

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Cinema at The Station, Richmond

As is always the case though, food was the first thing on our mind so we headed to the Seasons Restaurant and Cafe which is in the heart of the station. Their children's menu is only £4.95 and includes a scoop of ice cream and chocolate sauce for afters. Jack was super pleased with his pizza and I was impressed to see it was homemade rather than straight from the freezer. My fish and chips were homemade too. Definitely worth popping by.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Children's menu at Season's restaurant in the Station, Richmond

After our re-fuel, we enjoyed browsing the various independent retailers. What I like about the set up at The Station is that you can actually chat to the people who have created and are really passionate about their products. You can watch the bakers bake their bread in their workshop and learn about how a microbrewery works as mum and dad sample a few beer tasters before deciding on a purchase.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Bread from the Angel Share's Bakery in The Station
Bread from The Angel's Share Bakery at The Station, Richmond

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Chocolate Brownies from Angel Share bakery in The Station

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Richmond Brewing Company Microbrewery in The Station
Learning about how a Microbrewery works at Richmond Brewing Company in The Station
Shopping isn't boring for kids when they can get hands on and learn how things work. We all had a lovely time at The Station and would definitely recommend a visit. 

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Richmond Brewing Company Microbrewery in The Station

After a few hours at The Station, we had bags full of shopping so headed back to our apartment to drop off our treats and enjoy a quick coffee before heading back out. One of the stand out features of One Frenchgate is it's basement area which was soon taken over by the kids. We joked that this was Harry's 'bat cave' and he was in his element, lying on his own double bed, watching his HD TV (he could sign into Netflix) and FREE WiFi.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Kids bedroom in One Frenchgate

It's times like this that I realise just how grown up Harry is now. He even brought his own Jurni suitcase with him which is a travel suitcase for ages 9+. With it's secret hidden compartment to hide his iPhone and headphones, he really had everything he needed and is definitely growing more independent. Sob!

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Kids bedroom and Jurni Suitcaste in One Frenchgate

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Kids bedroom and Jurni Suitcaste in One Frenchgate

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Kids bedroom and Jurni Suitcaste in One Frenchgate

Suitably refreshed, I wanted to make the most of the last hour of daylight and announced we were going to walk along the river. The kids did put up a bit of resistance but it was time to tear them away from their devices and get some fresh air. There are various walks along the river to enjoy and I wish I had packed our wellies as it was rather muddy. The kids still enjoyed running around in the leaves though and I was in my element, greeting the various dogs that crossed our path. If you're a family who enjoys walking, definitely bring your boots if you visit Richmond. 

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - A walk along the River Swale

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - A walk along the River Swale

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - A walk along the River Swale

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - A walk along the River Swale

After plenty of fresh air, the sun started to set so we headed back to One Frenchgate for an evening of board games and Saturday night TV. There are plenty of family friendly restaurants to sample in Richmond town centre if you'd prefer to eat out. 

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - A walk along the River Swale - Lounge at One Frenchgate apartment

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Lounge at One Frenchgate

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Chocolate brownies and Blondies

After a good night's sleep, we were nice and refreshed and ready for another day exploring. The weather was in our favour too. Yeah! As always, I had researched the various restaurants and cafes in town and Duncan's Tea Room really stood out as the best place for us to head for breakfast. I was drawn to the fact that they were a family-run business with rave reviews on both Tripadvisor and their Facebook page. 

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Duncan's Tearoom exterior

We certainly weren't disappointed. The tearoom is traditional in style and the lady who served us was the most welcoming host. Nothing was a problem at all and she explained that the kids could have anything they liked, even if it wasn't on the menu (obviously within reason). She even advised us to maybe only buy one bottle of apple juice between the two children to start off with and she'd split it between two cups to save us a little bit of cash. It's not often you receive service as good as this and I can see why Duncan's has the reputation it does.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Duncan's Tearoom kids hot chocolate

We ordered a feast of a breakfast featuring local sausage sandwiches for the boys, homemade porridge for Heidi, eggy bread with fruit compote for myself and smoked salmon & scrambled egg on potato cakes for Steve. Everything was perfect.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Duncan's Tearoom breakfast menu  sausage sandwich

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Duncan's Tearoom breakfast menu eggy bread and fruit compote

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Duncan's Tearoom breakfast menu smoked salmon and scrambled eggs

We visited Richmond during remembrance Sunday and after breakfast we joined in with their parade and 11am silence. Richmond is a military town and the parades were very well attended. It was an honour to be part of it.

Next up, it was time to make use of our English Heritage pass and visit Richmond Castle. This Medieval Castle is steeped in history and right in the centre of town. Entry is free for English Heritage members or around £15 per family for non-members.


A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - English Heritage Richmond Castle Keep

I probably say this about all Castles as we are generally Castle fans, but Richmond Castle is fab. First of all, there's a small interactive museum which gives you a good insight into the Castle's history from it's humble beginnings and why that spot was chosen to build a Castle right up to the present day. We walked through a mocked up market and learned how traders would have to abide by strict trading rules set by the Earl. All very engaging!

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - English Heritage Richmond Castle museum market stall

I was particularly interested to read all about the Richmond 16. I'd never heard of them before but found their story fascinating. Basically, they objected to automatically enrolling as soldiers during WWI as they were morally opposed to war. They were locked up and then sent to France where they weren't allowed to communicate with anyone or let their loved ones know where they were. The men were the subject of some very ill treatment and sadly, most of them ended up killing themselves or dying. I honestly cannot believe that this happened only 100 years ago and our trip to Richmond Castle has inspired me to find out more about the Richmond 16. If anyone can point me in the direction of a good book, please let me know.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - English Heritage Richmond Castle picnic tables

After our insightful trip to the museum, we headed outside to walk around the Castle grounds. If you have sprightly toddlers with you it's important to keep them close by as there are a few sheer drops. The views are superb though and I could have stayed and photographed the area all day. I imagine this is a fab spot for a picnic in the warmer months.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - English Heritage Richmond Castle

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - English Heritage Richmond Castle - gate into secret garden

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - English Heritage Richmond Castle - views of river swale from castle

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - English Heritage Richmond Castle

You can climb right to the top of the Castle keep if you wish, but we saved that for another day as time was sadly getting on. I bet the views are worth the 100+ step climb though.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - English Heritage Richmond Castle

Back into Richmond town centre and we had a little bit of time to pop into a few shops en-route to our car before heading home. We stumbled upon Frenchgate Fudge Makers and Chocolatiers. This traditional sweet shop is ran by the loveliest couple who make all of their own fudge and treats. The owners were lovely with our children and explained how they make the fudge and helped them to pick the perfect treat as a souvenier for our trip. The children selected various chocolate lollipops and Steve and I went for some cherry and almond fudge - delicious!

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Frenchgate Fudge Makers and Chocolatiers

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Frenchgate Fudge Makers and Chocolatiers - cherry and almond fudge

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Frenchgate Fudge Makers and Chocolatiers

Our final stop of the trip was to Jefferson's - a traditional grocer and cafe. Steve wanted to buy some Yorkshire picalliliy and this store had a lovely jar just for us. Again, the staff were so lovely and it really does make all of the difference. We were left with the lasting impression that Yorkshire really is a wonderful place to visit and we should do so more often.

A weekend break in Richmond, North Yorkshire | What to do with the kids - Jefferson's Grocer's and cafe

We spent a lovely weekend in Richmond with the children. What really stood out for me is that everywhere we went, we were welcomed with open arms. It was lovely to see so many independent and small businesses thriving in such a beautiful town. Richmond is a nice place to have a potter around, take a walk along the river or visit the Castle or Richmond Museum. Families are made to feel welcome in all of the tea rooms and cafes we visited and all of the superb Yorkshire food we enjoyed was just the icing on the cake.


Giveaway - Win your own Jurni carry on case worth £79.99





Let me know if you've visited Richmond before and where you'd recommend. 


Disclosure | We were invited to stay at One Frenchgate, we used our English Heritage Press Pass to enter Richmond Castle and Harry was sent a Jurni Travel Case for our trip. Food, drink and expenses were paid for by ourselves. 




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189 comments

  1. Oh wow! It all just sounds perfect! I've been hinting to Simon for about 4 years that I want to go to Richmond, I'm not sure how I can hint any harder but I'd better try!

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  2. Your photos just get better and better with every post Samantha, some really beautiful ones here! I don't think I've ever been to Richmond but it looks like the perfect place for a weekend adventure x

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  3. What a great weekend you had! looks like a lovely place and glad you enjoyed the castle!

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  4. Welcome to my home town, well I'm about 10 minutes away as I live on the outskirts a stone though a way from Catterick Garrison the army base. I'm so pleased you enjoyed yourself & you definitely visited the best food places! If you go again maybe pop into the Army museum it is awe inspiring.

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  5. Fantastic! I'd love to go to Mauritius :-)

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  6. I love your pictures, It looks like you all had a lovely time :)
    We would take our Jurni to Inverness to visit our family :)

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  7. I would love to take it to Morocco - it's my dream destination.

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  8. I'd love to take it to Disneyland Paris!

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  9. I'd take my jurni to Timbuktu & back again (full of marmalade sandwiches of course).x

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  10. We would take ours to Turkey when we visit again next year.

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  11. I would take it to Orkney to visit my parents

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  12. I'd like to take it on a weekend away in Norfolk.

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  13. Wherever opportunities arise for me to visit. We hope to visit York next year, maybe for a weekend stay. I have been on a few occasions, though my fiancé has only visited York for the day. So a weekend stay would be a treat for us both.

    We visit family and friends for weekend breaks, so Jurni case would come with us then (if I were to win). We do need some new practical luggage.

    Rachel Craig

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  14. i would take it to the Maldives!

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  15. we are planning to go to sri lanka next year and would love this for Milly :-) Thank you

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  16. I would love to take it on a family holiday to Paris!

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  17. It would go everywhere we over the years as we explore the world

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  18. I would take mine to America. Great post and giveaway, thank you!

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  19. Gorgeous pictures, the apartment looks amazing! I love Richmond.

    Cat x

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  20. I'd take on a 6 month around the world cruise.x

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  21. Over to the Isle of Arran when we go to saty in our holiday home !

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  22. I'd like to take the Jurni on a tour all around Scotland.

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  23. It would be perfect for a short break in our favourite European city of Amsterdam!

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  24. I'd take it for a weekend in Manchester

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  25. To weekend breaks away to the countryside

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  26. i would take it to poland when i go again x

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  27. I'd take it to Italy when we go next year :-)

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  28. I would take my Jurni to visit my daughter in Norway.

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  29. Fab review of Richmond! So many lovely places in N Yorks, and the food looks delicious. I would take my Jurni to Madrid, my former home and favourite city in the world.x

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  30. i would take mine when i go on my 30th aniversary getaway
    from samantha price

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  31. i really enjoyed reading this! ive never been to richmond but now i really really wanna go !

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  32. What a fab prize to win,I would take it to Australia

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  33. I would take it to Madeira

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  34. For our son to bring to our greek wedding next year !

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  35. I would take it when we go to Brisbane and when we go to wales on walking breaks.

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  36. Id love to take it to Disney World in Florida

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  37. I would go on a family holiday to Whitby.

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  38. We would take it to Fort Myers, Florida x

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  39. We would take ours to nannies at Christmas!

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  40. My son would take it on our break to Edinburgh in the school holidays.

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  41. anywhere would be nice, so i need of a holiday!

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  42. If you're in Richmond you're a sneeze away from York which is lovely! I'd take a Jurni...anywhere hot I think!

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  43. I would give it to my daughter who has caught the travelling bug!

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  44. I'd take it on holiday next year to Florida.

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  45. We would take it on our visit to Bath in the new year xx

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  46. Rachel Smethurst Newport18 November 2016 at 17:47

    This looks so cool. Perfect for my daughter who is just a bit too grown up for a Trunki now.
    We have a family holiday planned to Norfolk next year, so it would come with us there.

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  47. I would take my new case to Amsterdam

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  48. To the Maldives for sea sun and s...uitcases

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  49. I would take it to Venice next summer - would be great for my eldest

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  50. Would love to take it to disneyworld,but will be cyprus and crete next year Xx Emma Dormer

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  51. Disneyland Paris @thomascomp

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  52. everywhere where ever the world takes us

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  53. Weekends at the in laws and hopefully one day to Papua Indonesia to visit my sister

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  54. I'd take it on holiday to Florida.

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  55. I would take it to Turkey for my friend's wedding. EJ Dunn

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  56. We would love to take it to tenerife

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  57. We aould take it on a tour of Scotland

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  58. We would take it everywhere. Family stay overs at Christmas, visiting freinds in Leeds and wherever we decide to go on holiday next year.

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  59. I'd take it to my daughter's house in Lincolnshire and visit my grandchildren

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  60. To Edinburgh when I go to visit my grandmonsters

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  61. I would take my jurni on a journey to Venice

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  62. Australia! My family live there.

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  63. Would love to take it to Canada

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  64. I'd take it with me to Scotland when I visit my best friend x

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  65. I'd take it to the South of France.

    Thanks for a super giveaway! xx

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  66. We're going to look don't to visit family in January would use for our trip

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  67. My mum moved to Australia in may this year, so I'm hoping to get over there soon! Missing her like mad ☹️

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  68. I mostly visit my family in Portugal, so it would accompany me there.

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  69. Id take it anywhere and everywhere. The Seychelles wpuld be my dream destination though

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  70. Would love to take my Jurni carry on case to my favourite place in the world to go on holiday - Orlando, Florida!

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  71. I am from Catterick Garrison so Richmond is my local village town, I'm so glad you had a good time there. Next year I hope to go to Cape Town Africa so that might be it's first journey if I win!

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  72. My dream is to go back to the beautiful island of Cyprus one day soon

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  73. I would take it to Greece next year

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  74. I would take it to Wexford in Pennsylvania where my son and his family live!

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  75. On my holiday to Benidorm next year

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  76. Although Richmond sounds lovely, I'd love to take the Jurni somewhere exotic, Barbados sounds amazing. Jurni and me would have a great time I'm sure.

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  77. I would take it for a lovely weekend in London with my husband - just have to persuade the grandparents to babysit now!

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  78. I'd take it back to Florida as it has been the best holiday so far.

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  79. To Sweden, a place I fell in love with several years ago and now want to introduce my partner to it.

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  80. Id love to take it to Florida next year on my holiday

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  81. My daughter really needs this to be a bit more organised with her packing. We'd take it on our trip to France next year x

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  82. I'd take it with me on my holiday to Majorca next year

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  83. I would take it to my dream holiday to New York next year for my special birthday lol

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  84. it would go with us on our family trips to France to visit relatives

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  85. I'd love to go to Las Vegas and a Jurni would be ideal.
    Laura Henney

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  86. I would take it on a trip to London to see my friends

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  87. Portugal

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  88. I'd take it to EuroDisney - and maybe the kids too!

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  89. On holiday to Germany. Always wanted to go...

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  90. My husband actually wants one of these for work! So he'll take it wherever he needs to, think it's Portugal next

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  91. Barcelona would be great to explore

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  92. to london as my daughter loves it! its her favourite place

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  93. anywhere I need a smart case,looks splendid

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  94. I would take it on a spanish adventure next year

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  95. I would take it to Florida and Disney World when i go next year!

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  96. I would take it on my trip to Germany next year!

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  97. I would take it to Australia.

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  98. Our next holiday, which will be in Spain

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  99. We travel a lot ...9 trips alone this year!! Hubby needs something better since his holdall is falling apart :( xx

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  100. I would take it tyo Dubi with me when I visit an old family friend

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  101. I would take it to Egypt, my favourite country in the world.

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  102. My son would use it for his carry on for New York at Easter!

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  103. A short break in Italy would be my choice

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  104. I would take it when we go away for Christmas in Cornwall

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  105. I would take it to Wales when we visit my grandparents x

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  106. Would love to take it all over the world if I had enough money! On our holidays and honeymoon. (@PeanutHog)

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  107. We would take this on our holiday to Cornwall next year.

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  108. I would love to take it to Australia

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  109. I would take mine to Chichester when I visit relatives :)

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  110. I'd love to see the Northern Lights in Iceland!

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  111. I'd love to take it on a weekend break to the Cotswolds

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  112. I would take it on holiday in summer but we didn't decide where are we going yet :)

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  113. to as many places as possible!!! portugal, croacia, cyprus

    andrea e

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  114. I would take it to London, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh!

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  115. I travel all over Europe for work, so I'd be taking it all over with me!

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  116. I'd take it to the South of France

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  117. For starters, I would take it to Barcelona in February where I am meeting up with my eldest daughter and my sister for a girlie weekend. Then I would take it on a weekend break with my husband and I, leaving our four children behind :-)

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  118. To California to see my relatives.

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  119. I would love to take it to Japan. I'm sure it will go to the States.

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  120. I would take my carry case to Italy to visit Italian relatives I haven't seen for over 20 years x

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  121. Disneyland Paris - we are hoping to go next year :)

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  122. I would love to take it on a weekend break to either Dublin or London, in the Spring :-)

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  123. On our summer hols next year

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  124. What beautiful pics and a super post. Thank you. I would take my case somewhere unusual such as Paraguay or Pitcairn.

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  125. We don't do much in the way of international travel nowadays. I would use this when we go to visit our daughter and granddaughter in Kent.

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  126. I would take it to Rome with my family for some culture, sun and family time

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  127. me and children go to wales the valleys a few times a year

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  128. phillipines to visit my brother and his family

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  129. Im taking my niece and nephew to London for the weekend we would take it there with us.

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  130. I've always wanted to go to Egypt :) I would take it everywhere x

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  131. New York!!! xxx (Sarah Armstrong)

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  132. I would give it to my mum to take to Australia when she visits my sister next year

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  133. I'd love to take my Grandson to DisneyLand Paris

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  134. We would take it on visits to my sisters and parents as we usually have to stay overnight due to the distances involved.

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  135. I would love to take it to Disney world Florida

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  136. My next trip is to London, would be great for waiting around for trains :)

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  137. I'd take it to Havana in Cuba. Ive been Cuba before and its the best place ive ever been. I did the whole beach holiday thing though and didnt make it to the capital as it was a plane journey away. Would love to visit again!

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  138. I've always wanted to go to the Maldives, hopefully one day we'll get there.

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  139. I would take it on my holiday to Tenerife with my daughter

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  140. We've never been down to Richmond but it looks fab! We're always looking for new places to take our little boy so will be reading through your past posts for some inspo and if im lucky enough to win the case it will be coming with us on our next family outing! :)

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  141. I'd take it everywhere! Starting with the North Pole to see Santa (if only I could)

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  142. We are off to Stockholm for the christmas market so I'd love to take it with me there

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  143. To a weekend away to visit family! :)

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  144. I'd take it everywhere to day trips and holidays x

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