Wherever you are - on a bench in the park or on a rug at the seaside - take time to lie back and look at the clouds. Ask children what they see - animals, ships, shapes? And then ask them to make up a story to include the magical creations in the sky. You can take it in turns to add a line to the story and see where it takes you... or remember a favourite story involving one of the cloud creations. Or just talk about clouds!

 

Rainy Day Treats

Bridgend has launched the fabulous Sports Stars programme which gives your children the chance to learn up to 15 new sports skills (from footie to rugby, cheerleading to gymnastics). There’s a preschool timetable throughout the day, and after-school

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There is nothing children like more than a splash and a swim and in Bridgend County we have five public pools (Bridgend, Maesteg, Pencoed, Pyle and Ynysawdre) where an adult and two youngsters can enjoy a swim for under a fiver (during free swimming sessions)

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Sunny Day Treats

St. Bride's Major, CF32 0TF Although the beach is officially called Dunraven Bay, the locals in this county call it Southerndown beach. Whatever you call it, the views will blow your mind. When you visit you can meander through the remains of a 17th-century

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Merthyr Mawr, Vale of Glamorgan After a scenic drive past thatched cottages, blow the cobwebs away with a two-mile walk to the sea, or sledge down the amazing dunes (including one of the largest dunes in Europe) and picnic on the sand. If you’re lucky,

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Bridgend has launched the fabulous Sports Stars programme which gives your children the chance to learn up to 15 new sports skills (from footie to rugby, cheerleading to gymnastics). There’s a preschool timetable throughout the day, and after-school

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