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  1. Oh that looks like a lovely day out – I love NT and keep meaning to get membership. Always love a tea room too! I’m not surprised that you can’t remember days out last year – I can’t remember the first 6-12 months of T’s life, it was all about survival! x

  2. Funnily enough, that’s what we’ve been up to today, only at a National Trust property down near us! We’ve made dens, Kitty got a nice clear note on a grass trumpet and we tried pooh sticks only to have a wind vs flow of river standoff. It’s so lovely to get out and about in the fresh air and sunshine isn’t it!

    • It works out SUCH good value if you get the pass Caro, even if you only go a couple a month the savings would be great. We got it primarily to make us go out and about more. As you travel a fair bit in your caravan too you will always be passing places and if you have the pass you can just pop in for an hour or so. They are so much more geared up for families now than I remember too xx

  3. What a lovely day out! I’m determined to have more days out this year now O is that little bit older. Thanks for linking up with the #SummerDays linky xxx

  4. What a great day out! And look at the twins in their buggy – how cute 🙂 Love the NT so much, we’ve had so many fab days out in their properties and gardens. Those woods look ideal for little ones 🙂 Jess x

  5. It’s fantastic that you had such a great day: i recall those out of the pushchair moments so vividly! Fantastic write up, we defintely need to go before end of August.

  6. The national trust really is great, I take so much inspiration for things to do at Coombe Mill from seeing posts coming in on Country Kids from the National Trust gardens, together with the visits we make. The box of binoculars looks spot on, I’d love to do this but they are so expensive, I wonder where the NT buy theirs from? I love the photos you have in the bluebells and the woolen fairies, such a pretty time of year for your visit. Thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.

  7. Wonderful scenery, photos and activities for your children too. I adore the National Trust and grew up in the UK visiting many gardens and houses that I am forever thinking back on. I actually used to have a dream of working for the NT – that was before destiny took me to New Zealand. My parents are members and spend many happy days of their retirement visiting places around the UK.

  8. This looks like a lovely place – definitely somewhere my family would love to visit. Can’t beat beautiful woods, dens and cake! Thank you for joining in with #SummerDays this week – I really hope you will join in again next week.

  9. Oh gosh just the thought of my toddler on the loose is terrifying enough let alone 2! I’ve never thought of getting a National Trust membership. I might look into it as I’m sure Noah would love exploring places like this X

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