The 50 best Spring days out
From tree-top adventures in Snowdonia to brushing up your photography skills on London's historic streets, Rhiannon Batten seeks out exciting Easter excursions for all the family
Saturday 26 March 2011
This week’s panel:
Jo Tinsley is features editor of ‘Countryfile’ magazine ( www.countryfile.com);
Dea Birkett is director of Kids in Museums, a charity working to make museums more family-friendly ( www.kidsinmuseums.org.uk);
Jonathan Turpin is the co-founder of family day trip website www.fredsdaysout.co.uk;
Katy Cowan is the founder of online magazine www.creativeboom.co.uk;
Rob Templeman is the founder of family days out website www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk
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