Ideas for Free Family Fun

ideas for Free Family Fun

5 Ideas for free family fun

So this week, when it comes to frugal things I have been thinking about ideas for free family fun.

My week has been filled with free and fantastic stuff so let me share those with you this week as some inspirations

We walked Hunstanton beach from old to new there and back with the kids. Five miles where no-one moaned or asked for anything but instead looked in rockpools, made art out of shells, ran laughed and explored. Bliss

We walked the lake at Nottingham University, admiring the Chinese lions and feeding the ducks and crossing the stepping stones, ate a picnic and the kids played on the fabulous park. All free.

We played backgammon and taught the kids to also

We spent ages making special handmade birthday cards

We went geocaching (and OMG it was awesome) download the app for free and give it ago. Treasure hunting rocks! The best free fun

Have you had any ideas for free family fun recently? If so I would love to hear them. We had a wicked half term with very little spending.

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  1. March 4, 2019 / 21:34

    Ooh la la! You’ve been having some frugal fun! We need some of that type of walking where it’s not just walking. Stopping to check things out make it more interesting and make us want to do it.
    Thanks for sharing your frugal living endeavours with us!

  2. Cath
    March 14, 2019 / 17:15

    Hubby wants to try geocaching with our daughter. Sadly, I’m not able to join in with this one as I’m disabled but I’m happy to chill nearby with the car and picnic, and my favourite hobby, reading! We are waiting on a bit of dry weather on a weekend to find some local places. We all love the outdoors and our daughter gets so much out of being in nature. This is definitely on our list for spring.

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