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Things to do in Brighton on a Budget. 

A T get’s older, I’m finding it increasingly difficult to find new places to go as well as places that are relatively cheap still. Although T is free most of the time, he’s slowly entering that danger zone of not being free anymore! I’ve also been quite lucky that folk haven’t challenged him/me as some

Jungle Boogie with Disco Yoga at Brighton Harbour Hotel [AD – Press Trip]

Last weekend, we were invited to an event called ‘Jungle Boogie’ at the Brighton Harbour Hotel on Brighton seafront. Jungle Boogie is part of the Disco Yoga group, but this time tailoring a class just for kids! Having only ever done one yoga class in my lifetime; which was a challenge in itself, I was

ScoopLoop: Where Neighbours Become Friends (Review) [AD]

Over the past two years, I’ve had my fair share of trying to meet new people and get myself established in my own parenting “community”. I liked the idea of having a few friends with children the same age as T that I could ask for help or just have a meltdown in front of

A Spontaneous Night Out with Malmaison, Brighton Marina

Last weekend we randomly won a Twitter competition after answering a question the folks over at Malmaison had posed to us… @LesBeMums congratulations you have won our dinner for two tonight with wine! Just let me know what time you to dine at 😘 — Malmaison Brighton (@Mal_Brighton) February 11, 2017 But after realising childcare would

Days Out: Drusillas Park, East Sussex. [AD – Press Trip]

Drusillas Park is situated near the village of Alfriston between Eastbourne and Brighton and has a lovely ‘local’ feel to it despite it being quite a large zoo. We’re huge fans of zoos in this household – we’ve always enjoyed watching animals and how they interact. So when we were invited to come visit last weekend,

Days Out: Pride 2016

Last weekend we went to Brighton Pride for our umpteenth time and T’s second time. T was only 4 months old when we went last year. Typically, T had to be woken up, even though 5:45 was his usual time throughout the week – he clearly didn’t know what was ahead of him. Once we were all washed,