Splat Cooking is a fantastic cookery school, cooking parties, business and online store see www.splatcooking.net.
The ‘Whizz Bang’ molecular gastronomy cookery course was tested by children ranging from 8 years to 10 year olds in Buckinghamshire, and the it was “right up their street.
Oscar aged 9 said: ‘the best fun he’s had in ages’
Ellie aged 10 said ‘she would love to go again, but would like to get a bit more ‘hands on’.
When we asked them to rate their experience out of 5 they said four and three quarters, this means we need to round it up to a 5!
SnoozeShades are the multi-award winning range of baby sleep aids with sun protection (UPF50+) that ensure babies get the sleep they need when out and about. Compact and simple to use they’re an essential travel accessory; great for holidays, in restaurants or any time you are away from home during baby’s naptime.
SnoozeShade for Infant Car Seats (RRP £17.99) helps babies sleep in Group 0 & 0+ car seats with rigid handles.
SnoozeShade Original (RRP £19.99) fits all strollers, protects with UPF50+ and helps babies get the sleep they need when on-the-go.
For further information please visit www.snoozeshade.com.
A buggyfit mum’s review of the SnoozeShade for Infant Car Seats:
“I have found it invaluable when trying to get my little one to sleep away from home. The only downside I can think of is the zip makes a noise so when you open to see if your little one is still asleep you might get a beady eye looking up at you! If this could be replaced with an overflap of fabric it would be perfect. Overall I would give this product a 5 out of 5 as it was the best £20 I’ve spent in a while.”
SnoozeShade tested by Janice Tuckley, a buggyfit mum from Bucks.
The UK’s first branded wrist strap for your pram. Award winning BuggyTug offers reassurance for every parent that their pram rolling away is one thing that they don’t need to worry about. Accidents are so common that it’s illegal not to have one in some countries! For further information please visit www.buggytug.com.
A buggyfit mum’s review:
“Having never had a wrist strap attached to my buggy before, I wasn’t sure it was a necessity, although other Mums at my buggyfit class who had always had them said they woudln’t use their buggy without a wrist strap. Although my buggyfit classes are only once a week, it did give me peace of mind down the steep paths at the Waddesdon class. Overall I give this product 4 out of 5.”
Buggytug tested by Dawn, a buggyfit mum from Thame.