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what to do with a 5 year old on a budget to keep her and me have a lovley half term any one got any good ideas

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try having 6 grankids to keep happy,

 

No thanks,i struggle with two:hihi:

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you need a bank loan,because they dont like to go were its free

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Cineworld on the centertainment does a film for £1 each at 10am all this week (90p each if you book online) its rise of the guardians mon- thurs then brave on Friday.

 

Western park museum and take a picnic and some bread for the ducks.

 

Alot of the siv leisure centres are doing splash sessions this week about £4 per adult and £2.50 per child.

 

Depending on whether you drive chatsworth or Matlock are always a nice drive out and there is a lovely park at Matlock and you can see the deer on a walk at chatsworth.

 

Hope this has given a few ideas :)

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If the weather is good then there is rother valley or ecclesall woods, you could get the bus to castleton and have a walk there is also the sheffield museum you could have a day at home and do some dressing up, plant some seeds so the kids could watch them grow and maybe even teach them some old games like hopscotch have fun

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Cineworld on the centertainment does a film for £1 each at 10am all this week (90p each if you book online) its rise of the guardians mon- thurs then brave on Friday.

 

Western park museum and take a picnic and some bread for the ducks.

 

Alot of the siv leisure centres are doing splash sessions this week about £4 per adult and £2.50 per child.

 

Depending on whether you drive chatsworth or Matlock are always a nice drive out and there is a lovely park at Matlock and you can see the deer on a walk at chatsworth.

 

Hope this has given a few ideas :)

 

I dont know about for the kids, but youve given me and the missus a few ideas too, lol

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they have seen rise of the guardians

they say weston park is boring,

its not that easy pleasing 6 when they all want to do different things

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Clifton park,always been a winner with my children,plenty for kids there,plus the museum too

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I dont know about for the kids, but youve given me and the missus a few ideas too, lol

 

 

Haha we do love a good half term! :hihi:

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There are plenty of nice parks in Sheffield. I dont think the weather is up to much tho.

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