A poll by BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour and BBC Radio Sheffield asked over 1,000 women aged 18-40 across the UK, who had a baby in the past decade, about their experience of feeding their babies from birth up to six months. The research, carried out by London polling companyRead More →

The Pear-fect Snack Founded by dad-of-two Ben Whitehead, Spare Snacks is his mission to take farmers’ unloved wonky fruit and veg and turn it into delicious, healthy snacks the entire family will adore. The Great Taste award-winning Pure range of 100% Apple, Pear and new Beetroot crisps have now been joinedRead More →

Raynaud’s disease is a syndrome where the small blood vessels in the extremities of the patient are over-sensitive to changes in temperature. It usually involves the fingers and toes, but can also affect the ears, nose and lips. Changes in temperature, as well as anxiety or stress, can bring onRead More →

With Paul Bosco Mc Eneaney The Artistic Director of acclaimed Belfast-based theatre company Cahoots NI has been enchanting children and their families for over 15 years with boldly innovative works combining magic and illusion, physical theatre and original music to spellbind young audiences. Paul is Dad to 13-year-old Jamie. “We’veRead More →

Author and mum-of-four from Bangor, Rebecca Reid,is teaching her kids the concept of gratitude and that good things come from hard work… In an era of instant gratification, in one aspect of parenthood our generation has it harder than ever. I sound like my mother (or all our mothers combined)Read More →

Inspired by a love of teaching babies and young children a new language, Club Petit Pierrot have re-launched an exciting updated version of their much-loved CD packed with songs and original rhymes. With 36 tracks ranging from fun songs for the little ones, to upbeat tunes for older kids, thereRead More →

Hallelujah January is over! We can officially ditch the diet and detox and get back to eating warming winter pies and slow-cooked stews. ‘Girl’s gotta eat for heat’ as they say. Welcome February – oh how I do love thee. Some people slag off the month of February like thereRead More →

Neill’s Flour want families across Northern Ireland to make a date of a different kind this February, as it’s time to talk about the ‘F’ word: Fibre! Throughout February we are celebrating fibre – highlighting why having it regularly is important and helping those who may be missing out. Keavy O’Mahony-TruesdaleRead More →

Have you ever wondered how the human body works and wished that you could take asneak peek inside to find out exactly what’s going on? Now thanks to MED-Lab, a new interactive medical-themed exhibition area at W5, you can take an extraordinary and fun journey of discovery into your body!Read More →

100 Hugs by Chris Riddell PB £5.99 published by Macmillan Children’s Books AGE 3+ This beautiful book features a variety of illustrations from animals to aliens, families and friends; perfectly conveying warmth, humour and love in many different ways. Some familiar fairytale faces also make an appearance like Alice inRead More →

A mesmerising, new touring artwork of our home planet has arrived at the award-winning Science and Discovery Centre, W5. As part of the 2019 NI Science Festival, the visually stunning artwork ‘Gaia’ by UK artist Luke Jerram, will be exhibited at W5 until Sunday 24 February and will give visitorsRead More →