Fun games and activities
There’s no question that 2020 is a year many of us are relieved to see the back of. But though we want to welcome the new year more than ever, the ban on large gatherings of family and friends makes a traditional new year knees-up impossible. Read on for some alternative ways to see in 2021.
With kids now on their summer holidays, you might already be running out of ideas to keep them entertained. Crafting is a handy way to get children off tech for a while – and it can also be a fantastic shared learning experience for kids and parents alike.
It can be tricky keeping the kids busy when they’re limited to what they can do outside – and it can be pretty boring for grown-ups, too. After all, there’s only so much telly you can watch. The good news, though, is that there’s plenty you can do without straying too far from your own doorstep and much of it is free. So, check out our suggestions.
The Power Of Play: Experts From Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Help Families Across The UK Cope With Isolation
McColl’s is supporting Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity Power of Play campaign, recently launched for families across the UK.