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The “Mumblings” are a collection of our own blogs, guest entries, interesting articles and anything else that we like the look of!

If you would like to write a guest blog on any parenting or local issue then we would love to hear from you. Please submit it to us via the ‘contact us’ page.

Here are the links to some more blogs that mumbler loves

North and Soul by our very own mumbler, Gillian Bruce.

The Future of Downs Written by an amazing and inspirational friend of Mumbler, Helen Kingdon.

Shrinking Violet in the ‘gate A fantastic local lifestyle local blog. Check out the article about Mumbler! (biased? Us?!)

Areyoukiddingney Another of our amazing Mumbler mums, Elizabeth Dimelow.

Islay Rose Cakes

Ryedale Mumbler has received review for a half term cup cake decorating class. They are running Saturday 26th October 10-11.30am, Wednesday 30th October 10-11.30am, Thursday 31st October 10-11.30am On Saturday Toby took part in a fantastic cupcake decorating session run by Sarah at Islay Rose Cakes. The sessions are suitable for children age 3+ and…

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3 Month Pass is back for Creepy Crawlies!

Advertising Feature from Creepy Crawlies Once again Creepy Crawlies are offering the chance to buy a three month pass for an amazing price! This time they are allowing two adults with one child. The pass will only exclude the Monday 28th October to Friday 1st November of October Half term, you can visit every other…

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Meet Sam and Katie – Fostering North Yorkshire

Life is really different now for them – only a year ago they had never sat down to a shared family meal, and regularly heard their parents arguing loudly at night when they were in bed. Katie said it made her feel scared. Both children had suffered from neglect and differing levels of physical abuse….

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Castle Howard Park Run

Did you know you can now do a Park Run at Castle Howard? The Park Run is a FREE, weekly, timed 5K walk/jog/run at 9.00am every Saturday. It is open to all ages and abilities and is organised entirely by volunteers. What is more, you can pop along to the Courtyard Cafe for a bacon…

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Colic. A Myth or a Reality?

The word ‘colic’ is often said to parents of a miserable baby. Baby won’t stop crying? Colic. Baby constipated and struggling to poo? Colic. Baby arching his back and writhing around in pain? Colic. How can colic be so easy to diagnose yet every colicky baby seems to have different symptoms, but all have one…

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PUMPKIN FESTIVAL AT PIGLETS ADVENTURE FARM

Get ready for stacks of Halloween family fun at Piglets Adventure Farm’s Pumpkin Festival, back this October. Pick your own FREE homegrown pumpkin for every child and enjoy NEW Skeleton Stilt Walkers it’s packed full of spooky family fun. Taking place from 10am – 5:30pm every weekend from 5th October and every day from 26th…

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Castle Howard’s Autumn Harvest and Flower Festival

Here’s an event for all generations of the family….and it starts today, running all weekend. The seasons are beginning to change and this weekend Castle Howard are putting on a spectacular celebration of the Harvest and rural life. This promises to be a great day out for all generations of the family and a seasonal…

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Cameron – Fostering North Yorkshire

Meet Cameron – he’s 14. Things aren’t good between Cameron and his parents right now. There’s been a lot of arguments and shouting going on at home for some time and his dad often loses his temper when he’s been drinking. Things at school aren’t much better. Cameron spent the evening with his mates at…

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Illuminating Rievaulx 2019 Preview

Tonight, I visited Rievaulx Abbey for a sneak preview of what is to come…. Wow, the moon has landed in Rievaulx Abbey. It is amazing and so impressive. This year’s theme is the MOON, which coincides beautifully with 50 years since the moon landing. The colours were amazing with the back drop of a virtually…

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What’s On at The Mile Pocklington This Autumn

The Mile in Pocklington is a farm shop selling local Yorkshire produce, gifts and personalised items in their photo centre and a lovely café, Smile café, with indoor soft play and an outdoor play area which I take my kids to often. They also have a great campsite. If you fancy trying camping but don’t…

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