Keep the kids busy

Attractions that can be found the Christchurch Dorset area or just outside.
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Keep the kids busy

Post by Exabot [Bot] » Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:43 pm

We are comming on holiday in August and top tips to keep us busy?
Two kids 8 and 10
Thanks



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Post by FAST Enterprise [Crawler] » Sun Feb 25, 2007 7:58 pm

I have heard from the administrator of this site and they are working on an attraction page at the moment

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Post by Exabot [Bot] » Sun Feb 25, 2007 8:07 pm

Good
It looks to be a good Forum just needs more users.
Keep up the good work
Dont forget to include whats on at the cinema

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Post by Francis [Bot] » Tue Mar 06, 2007 4:13 pm

Events in August.

4th Stomping on the Quomps Christchurch Quay
10th “Josephine” Cowes Fireworks Lymington
11 -19th Christchurch Regatta Christchurch
11 -12th French Market Christchurch
11th Carnival procession Christchurch
17th “Josephine” Firework Cruise Mudeford Ferry
18th Fireworks / Chas & Dave Christchurch Quay
18th “Josephine” Red Arrows Cruise Mudeford Ferry
24th “Josephine” Firework Cruise Mudeford Ferry
27-29th Wonder World of Webber The Regent Centre
29th Story Telling Day. 3-10 years Highcliffe Castle
31st “Josephine” Firework Cruise Mudeford Ferry


My top tip for a day out with the kids is Moors Valley Country park and forest.
http://www.moors-valley.co.uk/

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Post by Exabot [Bot] » Tue Mar 06, 2007 8:58 pm

Thanks Mr Tibbs
Keep the events comming :lol:
Kids cant wait

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Adventure Wonderland to get bigger!!!

Post by mrix » Mon Mar 19, 2007 4:27 pm

Hello all, I was speaking to someone today who explained the Adventure Wonderland just outside of Christchurch is set to become much bigger and include a splashdown type pool :D
If you have kids its definitely worth a visit during the summer months.
For the winter months they have indoor activities for the kids and sometimes we take our kids over when they have a birthday party etc.
Cheers
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Post by Exabot [Bot] » Mon Mar 19, 2007 5:46 pm

Thanks for that.
We need to keep all your local events on this forum, then people will look here for whats going on.
Could you get things from the tourist board, council etc?

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Post by mrix » Tue Mar 20, 2007 8:31 am

What I`ll do is find a list of as many local events as possible and build a page up on the main part of this site :wink:
Cheers
mrix

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Post by Google Adsense [Bot] » Thu Mar 22, 2007 11:16 am

I would recommend for the kids, a day out at Paultons Park. A great family attractions with something for everyone. See the link below.

Regards, Chris

PAULTONS PARK

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Post by Google Adsense [Bot] » Thu Mar 22, 2007 11:20 am

Another must for the kids. Probably not a whole day out, but a good part of it. The kids can climb into some aircraft, and dream of what to be in the future. There are facilities at the museum, and in the airport near by.

Regards, Chris.


BOURNEMOUTH AVIATION MUSEUM - HURN

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Post by mrix » Thu Mar 22, 2007 12:26 pm

Yes PAULTONS Park is definately worth a trip :D I have took the kids there a good few times over the years and definately shall be going again! :wink:
Cheers
mrix

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