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Jump in for fun and fitness

If the thought of going to the gym doesn’t put a smile on your face, then try the new fitness classes at Jump in, Aberdeen’s amazing trampoline park. Award-winning instructor Arlene Barclay says that trampoline fitness classes offer a host of benefits. Although you’ll be using many of your major muscle groups, trampolining protects your…

Taking it inside

After being graced with one of the hottest summers on record, we could all be forgiven for feeling like the shorter days came a bit too soon this winter. Personally, I don’t mind the darker days – I just need a good book and a fresh mug of coffee and I’m sorted. But when you…

Get Lost In A Book

Books make a thoughtful Christmas gift, especially since a National Literary Trust survey last year suggested that over 750,000 UK schoolchildren do not have a single book of their own. Boys and teenagers were especially likely not to own books, which can leave them four times as likely to lag behind their peers when it comes…

In the swim

Swimming lessons were once such a dreaded part of P.E. that many of us fervently hoped for a verruca simply to avoid getting in the pool. Now some schools no longer offer lessons and many parents either can’t swim themselves, or aren’t sure how to teach their children to understand water safety and become strong,…

Footloose & fancy free

Summer style for kids Left to their own devices, children make some brave and uniquely creative fashion choices. Anyone who has ever tried to persuade a three year old that a unicorn onesie, superhero cape, frothy pink tutu and wellingtons are not a suitable choice for nursery, will confirm this essential truth. It’s worth splashing…

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