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The “Mumblings” are a collection of our own blogs, guest entries, interesting articles and anything else that we like the look of!

If you would like to write a guest blog on any parenting or local issue then we would love to hear from you. Please submit it to us via the ‘contact us’ page.

Here are the links to some more blogs that mumbler loves

Fierce Mum for super cool mums who are doing it all

North and Soul by our very own mumbler, Gillian Bruce.

The Future of Downs Written by an amazing and inspirational friend of Mumbler, Helen Kingdon.

Areyoukiddingney Another of our amazing Mumbler mums, Elizabeth Dimelow.

Win a Week’s Pass at United Adventure Camps!

Fancy winning a whole week pass for your child to get back to nature and enjoy camp at Rishworth School or Oldham Hulme Grammar School? United Adventure Camps is about helping children to be brave and adventurous while they learn, grow and explore! Getting back to nature, they can enjoy bushcraft, outdoor playing fields, adventure playgrounds,…

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Mumbler’s summer reading recommendations with Nosy Crow

We all know how vitally important it is to read to your child when they are little. A good bed and book routine not only calms them and gives you the best chance of settling down for the night,  it’s also a really important time for you and your little one to bond and chill…

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Introducing My Chef Skills

Sponsored Blog Hi, my name is Jonny Ross. In pre-Coronavirus times I ran a successful music agency, supplying live acts for weddings and parties all over the UK. When the pandemic struck and the lockdowns happened, all my work came to a sudden halt! Pretty stressful, as I’m sure you can imagine. I’d always enjoyed…

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An Experience Day at Wakefield Girls’: A Festival of Sports

Advertorial feature for WGHS Experience what life and learning is really like at Wakefield Girls’ by joining us for one or two of our exciting, challenging and inspiring Virtual Experiences. We have something every month for all passions, talents and interests – from Code breaking to Creative-Writing, Sport to Science and Arts to Maths.  Our Experiences are open to…

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Counting the Cost of Divorce – Stowe Family Law

Sponsored blog from Stowe Family Law Divorce can be difficult and costly at any age, but there are extra things to consider if you are over 60. Gemma, a Senior Solicitor with Stowe Family Law in Huddersfield, explains more. Divorce for the over 60s “Silver splitters are on the rise”, screamed a recent headline. Statistically…

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Fun Family Games to Play in the Garden

As lockdown eases, the kids are loving seeing cousins and friends outdoors again. We grownups are enjoying our alfresco chats and cuppas too! With garden playdates the new normal, we’ve been thinking of our favourite outdoor activities to keep the kids and their friends entertained! Here are some of our ideas! Hopscotch – all you need…

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An Experience Day at Wakefield Girls’: A Day in Rome!

Advertorial feature for WGHS Experience what life and learning is really like at Wakefield Girls’ by joining us for one or two of our exciting, challenging and inspiring Virtual Experiences. We have something every month for all passions, talents and interests – from code breaking to creative-writing, sport to science and arts to maths.  Our Experiences are open to…

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Lights4Fun Prize Draw!

We LOVE  a survey here at Mumbler!! This time, Lights4Fun want to hear all about your children’s bedrooms so they can make sure that they create fabulous designs that your children will LOVE!! And they know as well as we do how valuable our Mumbler’s opinions are! CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY The survey will only…

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10 Easter Traditions to Enjoy at Home

This Easter will be one with a difference thanks to Covid-19 and  social distancing, but you can still have loads of fun without leaving the house. Here are ten Easter traditions to do at home with the children, to make Easter 2020 one to remember! 1. Serve breakfast in half an Easter Egg! Everyone wants…

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Things To Do With Kids In And Around Calderdale From April 12!

Things to do with kids in and around Calderdale and Halifax from 12th April – step 2 of the roadmap It might seem as though we’ve been in lockdown forever, but the light is starting to beckon from the end of the tunnel. Step 2 of the Covid-19 re-opening roadmap is from 12th April 2021….

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