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This baby equipment rental service aims to make family travel simpler. Whether you’re jetting off overseas, exploring the British countryside or enjoying a weekend in London, it has everything you might need – from lightweight strollers to essential travel gadgets. Place an order and it will deliver to your chosen address and collect everything afterwards. Never again will you have to fork out for items you only use a couple of times.
Fowey Hall, set beside the scenic Fowey estuary along the Cornish coastline, has unveiled 24 new bedrooms and suites. Expect contemporary and chic interiors with beautiful beach views. With regular activities and programmes during school holidays, the hotel is ideal for large families with small children and teens thanks to its excellent facilities. The hotel offers 90-minutes of free childcare per day in its Ofsted-registered Four Bears' Den, while older kids can relax in the pool, library or games room with its cinema seating and video games. Plus, there are kid-friendly 'Little ishga' spa treatments available, so they won't feel left out when you are getting pampered. Kids can borrow wellies, fishing nets, and buckets and spades to explore the surrounding beaches.
Hall Hotel, Hanson Drirve, Fowey, PL23 1ET; rooms from £225 per night.
Legion: Life In The Roman Army
In partnership with Horrible Histories, the British Museum’s got a huge new exhibition on. It tells the story of a real Roman soldier, Claudius Terentianus, using some incredible artefacts including some of the oldest handwritten letters in the UK. Some special trails and activities will keep young visitors interested. Tickets start from £22.
Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, WC1B 3DG; until 23rd June
Bear Snores On
To kick off this year’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre season, there’s an adaptation of Bear Snores On, the much-loved children's book by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman. Featuring enchanting new music and puppetry, the production promises to captivate spectators aged 4 and above, taking them on a whimsical journey with Mouse that moves from the theatre's picnic lawn to an indoor pop-up 'cave' space within the theatre grounds. Included in the run are a few relaxed performances to suit those with learning difficulties or autism – so everyone can enjoy. Tickets start from £14.50.
Inner Circle, Regent's Park, NW1 4NU; 23rd March-21st April
Baby Gifting Company
The Baby Gifting Company exists to welcome new additions with a touch of luxury. Started by a mum, it offers thoughtful, sustainable bundles for newborns and beyond. There are also personalisable gift sets, or bonnets, towels and cardigans that can be made special with initials or names. The My First Outfit And Teddy bundle is particularly cute for a little one, while the Happy Sleeping set could prove a must-have for a new parent.
Peppa Pig x Emma Bridgewater
It’s the collab we’ve all been waiting for: the nation’s favourite pig (sorry, piglet) and its favourite ceramics brand. The range is full of Peppa-inspired pottery – mummy and daddy make an appearance, too – and peppered with messages of positivity. Too cute, add to cart immediately.
The kid-friendly answer to HelloFresh, Rumble Tums is all about flash-frozen and nutritious children’s meals. Created in collaboration with nutritionist Madeleine Shaw, each meal features a balance of proteins, carbs and healthy fats, along with up to nine hidden veggies. Loved by celebrities like Millie Mackintosh and Vogue Williams, Rumble Tums offers 12 classic options such as lasagne, mac ’n’ cheese, and chicken dippers. Order six or 12 meals as a one-time purchase or subscribe weekly.
Take the kids to this new interactive balloon exhibit. The Instagrammable spot features an enormous ball pit styled like a swimming pool – complete with ladders and sound scaping – giant inflatable rabbits and, of course, plenty of photobooths. You can easily lose a few hours exploring the exhibit, and little ones will love it. Tickets start from £32 for adults or £18 for under-15s, while a family ticket starts at £90.
1 Old Billingsgate Walk, Monument, EC3R 6DX; until 18th Feb
Dior has expanded its Baby Dior line to include some perfumed skincare products. Created by Francis Kurkdjian – the nose behind the cult Baccarat Rouge scent – Bonne Étoile is a low-concentration eau de senteur. The full range also features alcohol-free products like scented water, gentle bath cleansing foam and moisturising milk.
As much as we love our kids’ artwork, it really piles up. Born Bizzy creates reusable colouring pads that are mess-free and easily portable, so they’re ideal for long journeys too. The pads are made out of silicone and can be wiped clean. They come in kid-friendly designs like the mechanical-themed Things That Go and a Totally Wild animal one.
Kung Fu Panda 4
Landing in cinemas on the 29th March, the butt-kicking panda is back for the fourth chapter in the much-beloved film series. After Po is tapped to become the Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace, he needs to find and train a new Dragon Warrior, while a wicked sorceress plans to re-summon all the master villains... Expect more fun, silliness and adventures, with a great cast including Jack Black, Awkwafina and Viola Davis. Grab the popcorn…
Lily Vanilli Birthday Project
Celebrity baker Lily Jones (Kate Moss and Lady Gaga are fans) has teamed up with the Mayor’s Fund for London, a charity that champions opportunities for young Londoners from diverse communities and low-income backgrounds. Her initiative aims to get birthday cakes to those who otherwise wouldn’t have one. To get involved, you can contribute anything from £1 to £40 for a whole cake, which will be delivered to people on their birthday.