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.

Singing Fingers

A lovely Mumbler has sent this great review of Singing Fingers….   I’ve been taking my 2 children to Singing Fingers since the classes started in October. They had just turned 1 & 2 at the time.    The classes are multi generational & held at the Beaumont care home in Stamford Bridge. The residents…

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Free Sports Masterclasses followed by a Family Fun Day

On Saturday 29th June, we are throwing open our doors at Terrington Hall School to welcome all children who don’t attend the school, to come and take part in a sports morning with top coaches! The classes are open to children aged 6-8 years, from 9am to midday, and are a great way to come…

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SeBeau Health Visiting

Are you looking for Ante Natal Classes in Ryedale or surrounding areas? Look no further, SeBeau Health Visiting are running two types of classes at the lovely Bumpkins, just outside Stamford Bridge. You can do one or both depending on what you feel would be beneficial to you. Caring for your Baby This course is…

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The Mile Campsite Open Day & Summer Fun

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…. Campsite at The Mile If you fancy…

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Tatwood Puppets Show “Microbodyssey”

I recently had the utter privilege of attending a ‘Tatwood Puppets’ show “Microbodyssey.” I’m all for educational shows that are tons of fun too, so I was looking forward to seeing what this show was all about. And now I can tell you. In one word. Incredible.   This 45 minute show was created by…

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Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre Returns – WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS

Following its inaugural season last year, when it played to almost 80,000 people, garnering critical and popular acclaim as well as various awards, Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre returns to York promising Revenge, Heroism, Magic and Mischief with this year’s line-up of plays · Hamlet · The Tempest · Twelfth Night · Henry V The season will…

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Goosewood Holiday Park Swimming Pool

Swimming is Eliza’s favourite activity so when I announced we were going to visit a pool, she jumped in the car! Goosewood is accessible and so handy – what is more the pool certainly did not disappoint!   There are two pools, a small pool which is 50cm deep and a larger pool which is…

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Sledmere Masterman

Sledmere Masterman, aka Walter was born on the 5th May 2019 at 4.42am. We popped along to meet him and he is a cracker! He is massively friendly and keen for a stroke. It is amazing for children to be able to get so close to a young foal. Cottage Farm Julie, Julie to her…

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Grief for your unborn child.

Karen Chapman Attentive Therapy Malton North Yorkshire.   I am a qualified therapist with extensive experience of working with clients who have issues and/or problems particularly bereavement and grief. Having experienced my own journey of loss I believe that we all grieve differently, there are no right ways and no wrong ways to…

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Sarah Tonge is the leader of the longest running rainbow unit in the area (30+ years) in Norton! Sadly, they are in very near danger of having to close the unit if they cannot increase their numbers before Christmas. They have recently changed our meeting day to Tuesdays 4.45pm – 5.45pm to offer better provision,…

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