Webchat: How to occupy the kids this summer
Gold Medallist and dad Matt Pinsent talks about how to keep the little ones busy this summer without breaking the bank
Tuesday 26 July 2011
Show date: Tuesday 26th July
Show time: 2:00pm
With the summer holidays stretching ahead of us, there’s really only one thought on most mums’ minds – how am I going to keep them occupied for the next 6 weeks? And how am I going to do it without breaking the bank?
Summer is a great time to get out and about as a family, getting active together in the sunshine. But coming up with new activities and destinations can tax even the most imaginative mum during the long summer break.
Quadruple Olympic gold medal Matt Pinsent CBE is an active dad of three young kids. He joins us live online, today:
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