Featuring over 80 art sculptures created from more than a million LEGO bricks by US artist Nathan Sawaya The Art of the Brick has been proclaimed by CNN as one of the ‘world’s 10 must-see exhibitions’. From new conceptual pieces to replicas of iconic classical artwork, this travelling exhibition would be of great interest for the entire family.
H&M’s recently launched the new “All for Children” collection, donating 25 percent of its proceeds to UNICEF to help the most vulnerable children have a better future through eduction. The clothing are perfect for Halloween or on a ordinary day for your funky little one. And we love the fact that what HM have donated has helped 1 047 000 children in Bangladesh and India.
A few shops are having a mid season sale -which is perfect, just in time for winter and the holiday season. Alex and Alexa is having a mid season sale, including beautiful children’s clothing from Scandinavian favourite brands such as BangBang Copenahgen, Finger in the Nose and Indikidual -with up to 50% off.
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre is situated where the Norwegian British author Roald Dahl lived, in Great Missenden, where the author also wrote all of his famous children’s books. In fact, many of his stories are set in and around the quaint village. We decided to make a day out of it to find out what this family attraction had to offer.
Christina Rohde is a long term favourite children’s fashion brand from Denmark. The collections are consistently high quality with soft fabrics and comfortable cuts. There’s a focus on fresh prints, fabrics and beautiful details, resulting in the typical Christina Rohde signature style; Timeless elegance combined with that unmistakable Danish effortlessly stylish look.
Half terms is upon us, but there’s no reason to panic! From glorious plays in the theatre to ideas for outdoor fun, we got you covered with activity ideas for entire family!