Reviews

We try out the products and tell you about our favourites

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Book review: ‘Kitchen Revolution’

“The Kitchen Revolution” is a cookery book written by Polly Russell & Rosie Sykes, it provides a year’s worth of delicious money and time...
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Review: Monopoly Empire game

From the makers of Monopoly, the Monopoly Empire game swaps the popular London locations, top hats and boot counters for the chance to own...
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Review: Vertbaudet baby changing table

This wooden baby changing table from Vertbaudet comes in either white or grey with two large spacious shelves for storage. It's designed for babies...
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Review: Weaning bowl

Brother max weaning bowl set. Useful to use in the home or while travelling, the Brother Max Weaning Bowl Set is a compact feeding set...

A Family Trip to Beautiful Lymington in Hampshire At Stanwell House Hotel

We sent one of the team to visit the Stanwell House Hotel in Lymington, written and reviewed by Charlotte Vaughan. Visit Lymington When we were invited...
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Review: Content&Calm Protectishade

Content&Calm Protectishade is a handy, lightweight, one size fits all - instant sunshade on the go for your single or double buggy and travel...
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Review: Niki’s Organic Balms

Niki's Organic Balms are muti-purpose balms which are made with herbal oils and essential oils which smell wonderful, are naturally moisturising and great for...
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Review: Picnic backpack

This picnic backpack from Robert Dyas is a lightweight option for easy picnics, so you’re not scrabbling around to find those leftover plastic plates...
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Review: Gtech AirRam

The Gtech AirRam is an upright vacuum cleaner that matches the performance of mains powered equivalents but without the cord. It has received Good Housekeeping...
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Review: Early Learning Centre letter lion

Combine learning and fun with this soft toy with 26 'alphabet pockets' with individual toys in them to help children learn their letters. The...
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