EVENT: The Future of Football for Families (Monday 6th July)

The Future of Football for Families (Monday 6th July) REGISTER HERE We’ve all missed football and we’re happy it’s back. But COVID19 has meant the stadiums remain empty, with no clear plan of when and how fans and families will return. Additionally, prior to recent #BlackLivesMatter protests and the subsequent backlash, there have been several shocking Read More …

Tips for taking your kids to music festivals

Toby Hazlewood Photo Credit: Charlie Raven Taking Kids to Music Festivals My wife and I took our first family festival trip in 2014 and since then we’ve taken our kids to further summer festivals, gradually allowing becoming more adventurous as they’ve got older. In this article Read More …

Last minute world book day costumes

by Philip Robinson, Feb 2020 I received a very pleasant surprise last year. Someone, who I had not met before, contacted me on Twitter. She shared a picture of their daughter’s World Book Day outfit and wrote: “My daughter’s costume is all ready for #WorldBookDay Read More …

Ideas for indoor things to do in the UK during half term

After what seems like five minutes since the end of the Christmas holidays, spring half term is upon us. This of course leads to the continuing conundrum of how to keep the kids entertained for a week? We at MFF have already collated ideas on Read More …

Family Christmas Dos and Don’ts #3 Making time for School Nativities and Performances

Family Christmas Dos and Don’ts #3 Making time for School Nativities and Performances Whether your child is Mary, Joseph, an Angel, an Elf or Sheep number 3, watching them on stage is a beautiful moment. This is a great time to encourage confidence and rewarding Read More …