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|OUT AND ABOUT|Eastfield Park Blisworth, Northants


We've been trying to find lots of great local places to play on our Friday 'Mummy and Thomas Days' trying to make the most of them before T heads off to school and our weeks changes. 


Eastfield park in Blisworth has been there for years, in fact I used to play there as a child, although it has changed quite a lot since those days!

Now it's completely enclosed by a gated fence making it really safe for children to play.  Dogs are not allowed in and neither are children over the age of 12! 



T liked the new climbing frame and slide!


I'm sure these swings were here when I was small, but there's now a spongy Tarmac base which I'm sure would be much nicer to fall on than the hard grass!



This spinner was T's favourite, anything that he can 'go really fast' on is a winner! ;)




I really liked that the gate lock was really high, making this park a really safe place to take smaller children. 

Considering it's so close to us I'm sure we'll be going again soon! 

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12 comments :

  1. Good to make the most of the time now. I loved the year before my son went to school and I wasn't working.

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  2. Parks are the best kind of way to wear out kids! I love coming across ones I didn't know existed as well as using the ones I loved myself as a child. #whatevertheweather

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  3. Parks are great. You're right to make the most of it before starting school , the time goes so fast. #Whatevertheweather

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  4. It's great to pass an hour in the park isn't it? Looks like the rain was just about holding off too!

    Clare x

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  5. It's good to get out to the local parks. Looks like your son had lots of fun #whatevertheweather

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  6. It looks like a great park, I love the ones that are gated. My 2 year old is such a determined thing and I much prefer it when he can roam without worrying about him running onto roads or near water. Thanks so much for linking up to #Whatevertheweather

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  7. Ahh great that you are making the most of yoru mummy days before school starts. Mich x #CountryKids

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  8. It must have been odd taking your own little boy to the park where you once played and even finding the swings in the same place. It does sound a good safe park and not too busy either. Enjoy these last few Fridays together.

    Thank you for sharing with me at #CountryKids

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  9. I live in Northampton now but grew up in a village not far from Blisworth. I loved spending time at our local park when I was a child, it's very special taking your own children to your old haunts. Enjoy your time together before school starts :-)

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  10. That looks like an awesome playground! Small details that makes it nicer and for parents to feel safer for kids to play there is a nice touch too!
    #countrykids

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  11. What a lovely park, and so safe too. Love the exclusion of over 12s. We could do with that here! That time before your child starts school goes so quickly. Enjoy x

    #countrykids

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  12. Parks are the best aren't they! It must be so special taking your own children to places you went as a child :-) #CountryKids

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