Enjoy a leafy walk, fireworks, Santa and more with Wiki Places For Kids

November is a great time to wrap up warm and enjoy some outdoor fun with your children, as there are fireworks displays and visits from Santa. Susie Lodge from http://www.wikiplacesforkids.com offers some ideas…


The season of festivities is upon us, and with that comes wrapping up warm in woolys and this makes it one of my favourite times of the year!

So hats, gloves and welly socks at the ready… here’s a run down of fab November ideas for each week of the month.

Move over pumpkin, the sparklers are here… and with a whole bunch of displays and bonfires all over the region you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Our top rocket award goes to the Parks Trust who are holding their big event on the 5th at Campbell Park! Come and chat in our community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/wikiplacesforkids to find out where your local displays are!


What’s more satisfying than the crunch of fallen leaves under your boots?? A hot choc after a lovely Autumn walk is what!

You all know how I feel about Rushmere Country Park and Salcey Forest, but leafy MK has lots to offer, just search for Parks, Walks and Outdoor fun on my http://www.wikiplacesforkids.com homepage.

What about a quick last minute getaway to prepare you for the winter ahead?? We have the incredible Centre Parcs in Woburn, just on our doorstep – and the Aquasana Spa is ideal for pampering frosted toes.

See the glowing reviews and many more suggestions to get away for the weekend on my site or ask in my community for recommendations.


And finally, Santa Claus is coming to town… so why not see if you can guarantee some good behavior with an early visit to the big man.

Following his grand arrival at Frosts on the 5th November, there will then be visitations in CMK, PK Kids Zone, Cha Char Chimps, and of course Frosts and many other local hot spots – I’m sure you’ll be singing jingle bells from at least mid November!


Don’t forget to share all your favourite places across the UK with me on the site and to join in the conversation on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/wikiplacesforkids, Twitter at https://twitter.com/wikiplaces4kids and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WikiPlacesForKids

See you there!

This review was published in the November issue of Celebrate:MK lifestyle magazine. Read the full magazine below or by clicking on this link

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