A Santa’s Grotto with a difference: Festive Flight School …

Who taught Father Christmas to steer his sleigh? Was it the elves? Or could it have been Santa’s Dad – the Father of Father Christmas,…

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Winterville London: a Christmas day out with the family on …

“Where is Winterville?” asked my daughter anxiously, as we walked towards the 220-acre Clapham Common, in south-west London. But then we saw it: a large…

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Hogwarts in the Snow: a festive Harry Potter experience at …

There was no mistaking the Harry Potter Christmas night bus, as it sailed up to our stop outside Watford Junction station. The towering double decker…

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Christmas gifts for men, women and children who love adventure

Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? I’ve been doing a bit of browsing, and I’ve found some unusual Christmas gifts. As well as a…

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Free things to do in London this Christmas

London can be an expensive place to visit, not least at Christmas. But, as someone who’s lived in the UK capital for over 18 years,…

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Stick Man. The best Christmas family show ever? Our review …

A couple of years back, our little family returned to see Stick Man at the Leicester Square Theatre, London. For the third year in a…

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Christmas gift ideas for people who love experiences

People are choosing to spend their money on experiences, rather than things. They make great presents, if you want to put a smile on someone’s…

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The Showstoppers’ kids’ show, Christmas in Leicester Square, London

This weekend, I watched Sweetie Pie the Ice Fairy kick Donald Trump to death. In a Christmas show, for kids. If you’re thinking this sounds…

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A festive trip to Leeds Castle Christmas market

Leeds Castle, in Kent, has a history of festive indulgence. When Henry VIII visited, on his way to the opulent ‘Field of Cloth of Gold’…

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