Country Kids from Coombe Mill is the original outdoor family fun linky designed to:
“Encourage family fun outdoors, in an age where technology and screens are such a draw to a sedentary indoor life”
Welcome back if you are a regular to Country Kids and if you are new please join in. You will find plenty of inspiration for enjoying outdoor space and please do share your own adventures. We support the National Trust 100 things to do before you are 11¾ along with all other ideas for family fun outside.
We have had some classic August weather with sunny days and showery ones. However we were lucky enough to have a perfect afternoon for our annual nature raft race which turned into a full afternoon of family fun down by the river. More on this one on my post here on the linky.
Please come and share your adventures.
Guidelines for Joining in:
Post must be predominantly outdoors such as in the garden, the park, the woods or the beach with crafting, learning, exploring or playing.
Despite the title, both countryside and urban outdoor adventures are welcome.
Large unheated covered areas like a barn or tent count as outdoors.
Comment on my host post and a minimum of 3 others of your choice.
If you use #CountryKids when commenting the post owner will know where your found them and hopefully come back to visit your post.
Please take my badge, without it you won’t be considered for winning the lovely Rockfish Wellies.
Link posts should be written and made live within the last 2 months.
I understand sometimes you need to do catch up posts and write about something from a couple of months ago but the publish date should be within 2 months.
By joining in with Country Kids you’re giving me permission to email you weekly as a reminder.
There is no restriction on the number of posts that can be linked up, however please be sensible, if you have more than 3 consider linking over a few weeks.
Fantastic work ladies, thank you so much. Do check out their posts linked above too.
My top commented post will automatically qualify for a chance at the Rockfish wellies below provided other giveaway criteria are met.
‘link dump and run’ culprits fell to 3 with more linking up this week which is great, thank you.
A big warm welcome to Country Kids newbies this week: Chloe from Sorry About the Mess lovely to have you join in, I hope you enjoyed the link up and will come back again.
Introducing Rockfish, the Country Kids Sponsor
Win a pair of wellies from Rockfish Monthly
I am delighted to announce that Rockfish have joined with Coombe Mill to sponsor the Country Kids link up. Rockfish are a local Cornish company specializing in stylish Wellingtons for all the family. We have been offering their country wellies in our borrow room here on the farm for over a year and they are always popular for their style, comfort and durability.
Each week my favourite #CountryKids posts, which include my badge or a link back here, will be considered for a free pair of Rockfish Wellies at the end of the month; the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors whatever the weather throws your way.
For more more information on the Rockfish Wellies on offer with us and terms and conditions to win see here.
Posts from last week in with a chance of the August Rockfish Wellies:
Steph from Mummy Plus Three Girls is the Country Kids top commenter for this week with a massive 38 post comments last week.
Sorry about the Mess came to Coombe Mill and shares the most amazing video of their family stay here on the farm and out and about in Cornwall, even though the original plan was Costa Brava!
Mummy Shire did go abroad for their holiday and discovered the things the kids loved most were the family times spent playing crazy golf. Farmer Nick will like this as he want’s to make one at Coombe Mill.
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“Tales from the farmers wife” shares life on our lovely holiday farm with Farmer Emma and our children. Step into our beautiful 30 acres and experience nature close up with farming and educational crafts in stunning North Cornwall. Family, fun and adventure start here.