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Travelling with everything you need for the little ones can weigh you down –  just ask us if you’d like to use any of the following during your stay :

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  • Baby Bath
  • Baby gym/playmat
  • Baby monitor
  • Baby toys
  • Bed guard
  • Bottle steriliser
  • Changing mat
  • Children’s cutlery
  • Hand blender
  • High chair
  • Infant back carrier (Vaude Jolly)
  • Maclaren Quest Pushchair
  • Nappy Disposal System
  • Nappy sacks
  • Night light
  • Plastic plates
  • Plastic cups
  • Potty
  • Stair gate
  • Toilet training step
  • Travel cot
  • Waterproof mattress protector for single bed

It’s that time of year again. Aren’t the gorgeous...? ... See MoreSee Less

It’s that time of year again. Aren’t the gorgeous...?

Now you’ve moved yourself and I’ve put out some food and water...any advice ? ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Looks quite young, perhaps a late litter from last year. As Ben Brindley said, only need would bring it out in the day, so it may need help. https://www.britishhedgehogs.org.uk/found-a-hedgehog/

You'll have to provide a comfortable hedgehog house now with all mod cons...lol

Is there a Rescue local to you? Out in the days normally an indication all's not well, they would chk a poo sample to make sure no parasites.

Is there any shelter for it nearby as it could of had it's nest destroyed or disturbed. Sometimes the do come out daylight hours. Generally it is a hedgehog in distress – it is either ill, very hungry, disorientated, blind, orphaned . Mothers to be will come out during the day, but they will be noticeably different behaviour because they will be collecting nesting material and these need to be left alone as they are just going about their business.

It's so cute!!!!

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2017-03-16T21:47:05+01:00

Whinstone Lee Tor, Peak District

For spectacular scenery and moderately challenging walking, try Whinstone Lee Tor at the southern end of Derwent Edge and with great views up the Derwent Valley reservoirs, across Ladybower to Crook Hill and Win Hill. The walk is 5 miles and willl take about 3 hours with refreshment breaks, but well worth the vew on a fine day.  

2017-03-17T14:08:54+01:00

The Roaches, Peak District

Once famous for its wallablies, The Roaches with Hen Cloud and Ramshaw Rocks is owned by the Peak District National Park Authority. The spectacular gritstone escarpment marks the south-western edge of the Peak - a line of fantastic shapes guarding the entrance to the Peak District.  

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