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We are pleased to be featured on the Days Out Now Website.
All of their reviews are written either by their team or other professional bloggers. Striving to find you great, wholesome days out that everyone can enjoy we felt they were perfect to showcase the Tramble App.
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Spikeball is surely going to be the game of the summer, much like Mollky was in 2017. If you are looking for something to do with the kids, or with the family, stop the search!
Another foreign import, this time from the USA, spikeball is a perfect game for the beach or park this holiday or even this weekend.
Bristol and the South West is a wonderful place to live and have children. There are a whole bunch of places to visit and fun kids activities to try out in the area. Here are a few ideas that we have put together as a starting point.
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York is a stunning location for a day trip or a weekend away, even with the kids. It is almost as if the city is geared up for kids activities as there are so many fun things to do there.
We have spent an age researching the best things to do in York and have decided these are our top 20. That should be plenty to keep the whole family entertained.
To celebrate Pride in London's month long festival running from 9th June to the Pride Parade on Sunday 8th July, we have launched a Tramble Walk that celebrates LGBT+ icons, institutions and history.
A walk on the Tramble App is a self-guided codebreaking challenge / treasure hunt where you follow the directions and answer questions based on what you find.
The walk is priced at £1.99 on the app with all the profits heading to the Pride in London charity and Stonewall.
Do you have 75 minutes spare to walk the streets of London while supporting LGBT+ charities?
Wandering the streets of Oxford is a very special experience for a first-time visitor or someone who has enjoyed the honey coloured stone and the dreaming spires on many occasions. There are so many things to see and do in Oxford, some are very much in the mainstream and others a little more off the beaten track.
For a first timer in Oxford here is what we would do...