No party is complete without some terror-ific tunes to get every witch and wizard in the mood for a devilish dance-off. We’re sharing our favourites to kick off the skele-fun and make it a Halloween hoolie to remember! “The Monster Mash” by Bobby “Boris” Pickett “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr.
Today is International and National Dog Day #NationalDogDay (26 August) a celebration of dog ownership of all breeds, and the perfect excuse for planning a trip with your four-legged friend. So with the help of our friends at Discover Northern Ireland, we’ve put together a list of dog-friendly accommodation, pubs and restaurants
By Natasha Geary Ten years ago my opinion on gardening was something like this: It’s for ‘old’ people, people with time on their hands and people who aren’t fit enough to do anything else. This Christmas my favourite present was a five-year gardening journal! It’s full of pockets for plant
Taking extra time to create features just for Little Gardeners will offer more opportunities for them to connect with your garden. Harness the affection children have for building and playing in forts by including them in the construction of special garden structures. Helpful Hint: Create a Garden Supply Box for
With undeniable evidence that our oceans are drowning in plastic, and that tidal waves of plastic waste continue to crash into landfill sites, it’s urgently essential that we all make a conscious change to reduce the amount of single-use plastic in our day-to-day lives. Young eco-warriors are leading the charge
Maddie Moate is a YouTube filmmaker and BAFTA winning presenter, passionate about curiosity. She is the host of the BAFTA nominated CBeebies series “Do You Know?” BBC Earth’s “Earth Unplugged” and CNBC’s technology series “The Cloud Challenge”. One of the only family focused “Edu-tubers” in the UK, Maddie has been
Louise Pentland has spent nearly a decade documenting her life via YouTube and boasts an online audience of over 8 million, with over 200 million views on her YouTube channel alone. Her real, raw and honest content around parenting has followed her journey through her 20s and early 30s and
In a world where algorithms answer our questions and robots do the heavy lifting, Dave Coplin says what we really need is a way of combining the best of technological capability with the best of human ability, and help our children develop the three most important skills they’ll need: creativity, empathy