The May half term is nearly here but there’s no need for parents to panic as a new website has been launched containing a host of activities to keep your children entertained, writes Heena Chaudry.
Stony Stratford mum Susie Lodge has set up the website Wiki Places for Kids, which is basically a trip advisor for fun things to do with your kids.
The beauty of the site is that anyone can get involved in posting and recommending the best places for parents to take their children.
From hidden gems in our local area to holidays abroad, Susie has gathered a large number of reviews and recommendations for places to take your little ones during those days when you really cannot think of what to do next.
With an easy to use search bar, all you need to do is select a few options and/or type in the destination and the screen fills up with places, trips and ideas.
The site can be found at http://www.wikiplacesforkids.com and there is also a lively community on Instagram and Facebook @wikiplacesforkids, so head over there to join in with the discussion!