Day Trips to Whitby & Scarborough - Ideas for things to do

I have not been paid or asked to share this post, I just know a lot of you are always on the lookout for days out by public transport and thought this was worth a share. 




We absolutely love visiting both Whitby and Scarborough and think it is brilliant news that Go North East have launched a daily bus service from the North East. This service allows you to spend 7 hours in Whitby or 6 hours in Scarborough which is more than enough time to enjoy a few attractions. 
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Warkworth : A Visitor's Guide with Kids

Warkworth is a beautiful village in Northumberland with a castle, lovely pubs and riverside walks. The gorgeous beach is just set back from the main village centre and usually nice and quiet. 

Warkworth : A Visitor's Guide with Kids

This post will share some of our favourite spots in the village and I hope to add to the post as we explore further. 

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North East Museums : Reopening Information & How To Book

Disclosure: I am working with some of the attractions mentioned in this post throughout 2021 but this post does not form part of that partnership. 

North East Museums : Reopening Information & How To Book


OH MY GOODNESS I am SO pleased that our museums & galleries are re-opening soon. We visited a few last summer when restrictions had eased and really felt at ease and that attractions were taking safety super seriously. I am beyond excited to share and plan actual days out which offer something different to a walk or a play park and are suitable for rainy days too. 
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The Fun Shack Newcastle : Review & Deals

 The Fun Shack Newcastle is due to re-open on 17 May 2021. The photos in this post were taken pre-pandemic and obviously, things may have changed slightly now but they should give you an idea of what to expect. At the moment, they are allowing groups of up to 6 to book as per Gov guidelines. 

The Fun Shack Newcastle : Review & Deals

Tables seat 5 so if you book for 6 people, you will be spread across two tables and they won't be directly next to each other due to the way they have been set out for social distancing / maximum space. 

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Watergate Forest Park - Dog-Friendly Nature Walk & Cafe

This post is based on a visit in May 2021. Please check information with venue direct when making plans as things can change over time. 

Watergate Forest Park - Dog-Friendly Nature Walk & Cafe

Watergate Forest Park is super easy to get to by car - it is just off the A1 near the Team Valley in Gateshead. The site opened in 2000 and is on a former colliery (which you will see nods to around the park). It is also accessible by public transport by bus from Gateshead Interchange (at time of publishing buses 69, X31, X70 and X71 stop nearby but please double check this before planning a trip). 
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50+ Baby, Toddler & Pre-School Classes Across North East England

A question I am asked a lot is if I know of any baby/toddler/pre-school classes so I thought I would ask followers for their recommendations and pop them altogether in a post. Information is correct as of April 2021. At time of publishing, not all of these classes will be fully running but do keep an eye on their social media / sign up to their mailing lists for updates. 

50+ Baby, Toddler & Pre-School Classes Across North East England



If you would like to recommend a class to add to this list, please email sam@northeastfamilyfun.co.uk with the details. There may be a slight crossover in some of the areas the classes take place - I have tried to go off their main areas. 
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Help Your Child Understand & Manage Their Everyday Worries & Anxiety (with the Help of Melva Mapletree)

 This is an April 2021 advertisement. Any subsequent shares of this post have not been asked or paid for. Melva image credits : Mortal Fools. I am not a Mental Health professional, please consult your GP if you have any concerns. 

Help Your Child Understand & Manage Their Everyday Worries & Anxiety (with the Help of Melva Mapletree)

Melva online is a fun mental health resource, suitable for children aged 7-11 (and their families) to support their wellbeing and better understand and manage their everyday worries during what has been a very chaotic time for us all. 


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