Half term? Desperate?
Well, there's always the good old alternative of a long, muddy route march as a means of breaking the addiction to the dreaded tablets. However, as we know to our cost, that only increases the level of wailing and the need to 'go to the pub Granma because we're starving'. Yup.
Anyway, if those rare events of bad weather and boredom in the young coincide, you might need some inspiration in order to get them off the sofa and away from the 'portable electronic devices'.
Click here if you are at the end of your tether.
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