Here’s a run down of all the local summer holiday camps running in and near Marlow in 2021.
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There are times to splurge on day trips and times to just keep it simple with a low budget outing – and let’s face it, often they are just as much fun. Here’s our top 10 recommended FREE places to take the kids to burn off some energy and get some fresh air.
Pinewood Park is part of the Pinewood Centre which offers lots of different kids afterschool clubs from Judo and gymnastics to scouts and dance. It takes roughly 25 minutes to drive there from Marlow. There are two adventure playgrounds, one wooden rustic style and the other more traditional. We had thought that the more traditional […]
Mill Meadows is the name of the lovely Henley playground and park near the town centre which is over looks the River Thames. There are two play grounds, one more traditional metal equipment and rubber matting flooring style and the other a wooden adventure playground with zip wire.The playgrounds themselves are set amongst some landscaped […]
Les Petits Bleus is a baby and toddler class designed to teach your little ones French in a relaxed and enjoyable environment. As we know, these little people have an enormous capacity to learn and we aim to capitalise on their ability to absorb information and their insatiable appetite for learning at this young age. […]
Henley skate park is a large concrete skate park tucked just behind the main town centre. It has its own large free car park so it’s really easy to rock up, chuck the kids out the car – then make yourself comfy on one of the benches which over looking the skate park (whilst the […]
Wycombe Rye is a large area of grass and park land just beyond High Wycombe town centre. There are two children’s playgrounds in the park, lots of flat grassland ideal for playing football, a café, stream and even a little waterfall and stepping stones ideal for water play in the summer.The Rye is also home […]
This recreation ground with skate park is near the John Lewis in Cressex. There is easy free parking right by the skate park and a football area on both hard surface and grass.The skate park itself seems to hit the spot with our boys (5 and 8 years old). They loved the big space and […]
This walk could be a new contender for our favourite. It really is quite beautiful. We parked on the ‘Knowl Hill Bridleway Circuit’ which is a long road with plenty of space opposite a field of lovely horses. Watch out for those stinging nettles! The path that leads to the walk starts directly opposite the […]
What can be better than the incentive of a pub-stop to keep those feet going? Not much! So here are our top 10 recommended walks ending in a pub stop.