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M Shed 0 miles

M Shed M Shed is a free “people's museum†in the dockside that explores life and work in Bristol from prehistoric times to the 21st century. It is dedicated to telling the amazing history of the city of Bristol, through the objects and stories of the people who have made Bristol what it is today.

The Redgrave Theatre Come to see fantastic theatre performance at The Redgrave Theatre in Bristol.

Chatter Clatter 1.93 miles

Chatter Clatter is a parent and toddler group for babies and children up to four years old.

A relaxed & friendly weekly group for babies and toddlers in Clifton Cathedral

Tatty Bumpkin 2.73 miles

Clothes to Feel Good in, Clothes to feel Great about . . . Tatty Bumpkin was created in 2004 in response to the lack of organic and ethically sourced products for children aged 1 - 7 years. Movement is the basis for learning . . .

Children learn and develop best when they are free to explore and express themselves freely and freely often means messy!

Jo Jingles 9.37 miles

Jo Jingles provides age specific classes from 6 months to four years. They are fun music and movement classes with an educational slant. Jo Jingles also does birthday parties. For the latest information on class times, venues and prices please check the webiste.


Pets at Home

Pets at Home

Head down to your local Pets at Home store during the summer holidays for a fantastic My Pet Pals activity workshop! Our My Pet Pals workshops help to teach children how rewarding pets can be and how to care for them responsibly. There's a truly hands-on approach to pet care, as well as loads of goodies..and the best bit is, it's all FREE! Book now

Delve into Durham

Delve into Durham

Delve into Durham's amazing history with a break in 2018 and see the past come to life at award winning attractions and events. Don't miss the Bodies of Evidence exhibition at Palace Green Library or visit the majestic Durham Cathedral. Take a tour of Medieval Raby Castle, or visit the magnificent Bowes Museum. You could even take a tram ride!