Blog

The “Mumblings” are a collection of our own blogs, guest entries, interesting articles and anything else that we like the look of!

If you would like to write a guest blog on any parenting or local issue then we would love to hear from you. Please submit it to us via the ‘contact us’ page.

 

 

Recognising The Symptoms of A Twisted Testicle (Testicular Torsion) In Your Child

Sponsored Blog from Ison Harrison What Is Testicular Torsion? A twisted testicle, more accurately described as testicular torsion is a painful experience but the effects can be long lasting if medical treatment is not administered as quickly as possible Testicular torsion is a relatively uncommon condition, occurring in 1 in 4,000 males under the age…

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Woodmeadow Trust – Haggelettes Forest School

Stay and play in our beautiful woodmeadow with expertly guided outdoor activities that your little explorers will love! Let your little ones grow and learn in a unique and nurturing environment. All activities are crafted to support the developmental stages of your child while inspiring confidence, friendship and a connection with nature. Little ones will…

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Is your baby 2-16 months?

Is your baby 2-16 months? The University of York are looking for babies as part of their York BabyLab studies. You will be paid for your time and your baby will take part in new studies on language, motor & sleep development. If you want to know more… CLICK HERE to complete the google form e-mail:…

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A Wiztastic Magical Mystery Tour of York

The Magic Hatter brings his award-winning entertainment to the streets with, The Wizard Walk of York. We were recently invited to go along and experience The Wizard Walk of York, and with two wizard mega fans, there was no way we would turn this one down. Other than a tour of York led by a…

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Fostering North Yorkshire: Everything is Possible

That’s why every day matters in the lives of our foster carers – because their support, patience, kindness and resilience means that nothing is impossible for the children they share their home and hearts with, while helping them to reach their potential We need foster carers to join our amazing team here at Fostering North…

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Meet the ‘Magical Family’ at Boston Park Farm this May Half Term

Join our ‘Magical Family’ at Boston Park Farm! Come along to our Magical Family Event on Friday 3rd June, where you can have your photo taken with members of the Magical Family, enjoy live performances and interactive entertainment throughout the day. You can of course still meet all of our animals too. Your ticket includes…

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My skin cancer experience and why it’s so important to look after your skin and stay safe in the sun!

Before I handover to our super blog writer, I wanted to take a moment to share my own personal experience…… I was diagnosed with skin cancer, aged 21, having just finished uni and it was that day that my world fell apart. I have no idea what caused it, although the fact I went on…

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Stockeld Park inc Exclusive Mumbler Discount

In the heart of Yorkshire is Stockeld Park, a place where magic is made and adventures begin! Nestled in a woodland within 30 minutes of Leeds, York & Harrogate, Stockeld Park is the home of adventures and original family fun! Stockeld Park is open every school holiday, and most weekends throughout the warmer months, and…

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Fostering North Yorkshire: No Wrong Door

Here at No Wrong Door our high needs supported lodgings hosts do an amazing job – providing welcoming, caring homes for local young people and helping to turn young lives around. We’re looking for people to join our team so if you feel like a new challenge, and you have a spare room, this could…

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No Fault Divorce – The End To The Blame Game

Sponsored Blog by Ison Harrison After years of campaigning within the legal sector, the UK is set to face the biggest shake-up in divorce laws for decades. The ‘no fault divorce’ will become UK law from April 2022, and according to Yorkshire’s leading family law solicitors Ison Harrison, this represents the end of the blame game…

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