The Coombe Mill Easter Egg Hunt

Posted on April 8th, 2016 - Fiona

Having enjoyed a wonderful Easter craft hour on Good Friday my heart sank at the weather forecast for the rest of the weekend. I was especially worried for our Easter egg hunt planned for Easter Sunday. Thankfully the forecasters were over pessimistic and we woke to sunshine on Sunday morning.

The Coombe Mill Easter Egg Hunt on the farm, Cornwall, England, UK.

Easter Morning Feed Run

The tractor was packed out for the Easter Feed run with standing room only in the trailer for some of the older children. Spirits were high with questions flying from many of the regulars asking after their favourite animals from last year like Rocky the goat.  However the highlight had to be the chickens who miraculously laid enough Cadbury cream eggs for all the children to have one each.  

Easter Sunday Feed Run at Coombe Mill Farm Family Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

We gave everyone an hour to revive and warm up before reconvening at the car park for an Easter Egg Hunt at 11.30am. This gave me, Guy and Clio time to hide our stash of 175 eggs across the play areas and hope that no one found them before we began.

Setting up the Easter Egg Hunt at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

Easter Egg Hunt

There were plenty of excited faces all waiting to get started. I began by just letting the youngest children into the ride on play area to search, something that worked well last year, while the bigger kids waited patiently outside and watched.

Younger children hunting for eggs on the Easter Egg Hunt at Coombe Mill Family farm holidays, Cornwall. UK

I thought the older ones might burst with excitement by their turn came for a go at the Easter egg hunt. I was still worried with ages ranging from 4 to 10 it was going to be very hard to keep things fair. Then I had an idea, if I turned the hunt into a series of riddles to solve it would keep the older ones close to me, engaged in what I was saying and listening for where to go . It worked a treat and the children came up to me having exhausted one area to hear the next clue which I only gave out when everyone had caught up:

Riddle 1:

“What lives on the farm but sometimes in our imagination, can have wings and their very own gardens to dance in?”

Answer

 “Fairies in the Fairy Gardens”

In the Fairy Garden Hunting for Easter Eggs on the Easter Egg Hunt at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall. UK

 

Riddle 2:

 “When you go on holiday outside of England and have to cross the sea, what do you ride on?”

Answer

“A Boat, the play boat”

Hunting on the play boat for the Easter Egg Hunt at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

Riddle 3:

“When the storms bring branches down from the trees at Coombe Mill, what can we use them to build?

Answer

 “A Den, it’s the Den building area”

Searching the Den Building Zone at the Easter Egg Hunt at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holiday, Cornwall, England, UK.

Now I had the challenge of taking them all right over to the far play area and knew I had to slow them down; an old tale sprang to mind that could work a treat.

Riddle 4 with morale too:

“Who knows the Story of the hare and the tortoise?” Hands fly up.  “Clio and Guy are my hares and you are all tortoises. Who goes faster?”

“The hares”

“Who wins the race?”

“The tortoises”

“The tortoises have to stay behind the hares and keep a look out along the way as the hares may miss the eggs on their journey and the tortoises will have time to spot them”.

Off down the path in search of Eggs at the Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK Easter Egg Hunt.

My story worked and the older ones were kept in check for this last leg of the Easter egg hunt, darting off down the field for stray eggs cunningly perched in trees and on benches. We all waited at the finish line for the last tortoises to catch up before they all raided the final play area. To be fair to the older ones, they were very good at sharing their haul with the younger children, all the fun was in the discovery.

Searching for Easter Eggs in the Play Area and Mud Kitchen at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

With another grand Easter egg hunt hunt complete I left everyone playing happily in the play area and making friends. Even Guy and Clio joined in.

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 My phrase of the morning came from one young lad who I overheard saying to his Mum

“I love it here; everyone else staying has children too”

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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. The wellies we offer may change each month but are always high quality, comfy and stylish so keep an eye out here on Country Kids to see which designs are up each month. My April winner will be able to choose any welly form the online range. For more more information on the Rockfish Wellies on offer with us and terms and conditions to win see here

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Would Like to be joined us for a morning feed run remembering fondly their New Year stay and saying hello to their favourite animals here

This weeks post from Diary of the Evans-Crittens has put Haverfordwest on my list of places to visit for a family day

I love the countryside fun had by Dairy of a Hern Hill Mum on a day visiting friends

We've often talked about having Mini golf at Coombe Mill, this one will give Farmer Nick something to aspire to from Catching the Magic 

A spring walk with lovely photos that caught my eye from Ups and Downs, Smiles and Frowns

 

 

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Easter Crafts and Activities on Good Friday

Posted on April 1st, 2016 - Fiona

 

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I love Easter, it comes at my favourite time of year on the farm. There is new life everywhere with baby animals being born and the hedgerows budding. Traditionally spring is when the wet winter weather takes a turn for the better too. It certainly was the case for those staying with us the week of Good Friday, days were chilly but dry and by Good Friday itself there was even a little warmth in the sun. So much so I took Activity Hour with our Easter crafts outside.

Easter Crafts and Activities on Good Friday at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

Easter Crafts Outdoors

We began by painting egg box chicks which came to life with googley eyes. Then the children took their creative painting skills to my cereal box cut out Easter Eggs. I had a plan for both while the paint dried.

Paiting Chicks and Eggs at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

Nature inspired Easter Craft nests

Leaving our paint work we headed up into the hedgerows to make nests for our chicks. We found weaving a circle of willow or Ivy worked really well as a base for our nests with cut crass as a bed for our chicks to sit on. As a finishing touch I added a couple of golden chocolate mini eggs to each nest.

 

Making the Nests at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

Bunny and Chick Easter Crafts

The afternoon sun had moved over the valley so while our egg painting continued to dry we moved into the warmth of the games room to make toilet roll chicks and rabbits sitting on a kitchen roll log for our next Easter craft. The children needed help with the cutting but enjoyed colouring in the faces and ears.

 

Making the Chicks and Rabbits at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

Meanwhile we had cut each painted cardboard egg into 3 pieces and hidden each piece in the Fairy Gardens. The children now had to search amongst the fairies for the 3 pieces to put their cracked egg back together. It was lovely watching them race over and hunt around. There were squeals of joy when they found their pieces. It was a really simple idea that worked so well I think I will adapt the concept for use again.

 

Hunting for the Egg Puzzles

Choo choo the last ride of the week

For those still eager we skipped, quite literally, over to the train to catch up with Guy for a last train ride leaving parents weighed down with crafts.

 

Last train of the week at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

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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. The wellies we offer may change each month but are always high quality, comfy and stylish so keep an eye out here on Country Kids to see which designs are up each month. My April winner will be able to choose any welly form the online range. For more more information on the Rockfish Wellies on offer with us and terms and conditions to win see here

Congratulations to Bubba Blue and Me who is my March Rockfish Welly winner with a lovely Roman villa visit.

A few of my favourites in with a chance of the April Rockfish Boots:

A great outdoors meeting of minds from right from the start 

A wedding was a great excuse for a first caravanning trip of the season for Tin box Traveller 

The National Trust have had some great Easter Hunts up last weekend, I loved this trail from Lakes Single Mum

I have to hand it to Potty Adventures for making festivals with a toddler and a bump look so much fun.

Newstead Abbey looks a great place to explore for a train day out as visited by Claire Justine 

 

 

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The Grand Crocodile Hunt

Posted on March 25th, 2016 - Fiona

 

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I love the way kids get a bee in their bonnet about something and just have to follow it through no matter now impractical it may be. If I’m honest, it was only seeing them all embroiled in this particular crocodile adventure that made me realise that these activities are becoming less frequent in my children as they grow up. I want to hold back time and prolong this stage, it is a lovely childish zest and enthusiasm that wanes with age, and I know I am on the cusp of even my youngest moving on.

 

The Grand Crocodile Hunt at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

Night time search for the Coombe Mill Crocodile

The adventure began late afternoon when Guy and his friend on holiday here decided they should go in search of the disappearing crocodile. As a little background, the crocodile for years was the highlight of a journey round the lake with his large fibre glass jaw coming up through the water. One day he simply wasn’t there and has been missing a good year now. The logical explanation is that he broke free from his concrete pad and toppled into the lake. Why anyone would decide to embark on a rescue mission as the light fell on a cold February day, only the kids can tell you! With wetsuits and torches they launched HMS Bath Tub and began to explore. It didn’t take long to realise, with murky water stirred up from jumping in and night falling, they were going to have to abort their mission.

 

Night Time Rescue at Combe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall England, UK.

 

Clearly this idea was not going to die easily and they were back the following morning with great optimism and another on board.

A fresh day and a fresh Crocodile Hunt

Guy Max and Shannon in the boat at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

 

Before long Clio came running to join them and her friend rode the boat back to the launch pad to collect her

 

Clio and Shannon in the boat at Coombe Mill family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, UK.

 

 The girls, not in wetsuits, had only planned to assist from the boat but, with Guy claiming to have found the crocodile umpteen times only to haul in the anchor, they became inpatient and one by one ventured in fully clothed! Clio’s squeals gave away how cold it must have been, but excitement and adrenaline took hold and they spent the best part of an hour in and out of the boat, soaking wet but alas no crocodile.

Working as a Team at Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

 

Having moored the boat with hearts a little low having not found the missing crocodile, and by now very cold and wet, I cheered them up by suggesting they could hop in the hot tub after a shower. This soon brought them back to life and the squeals continued as they soaked up the warmth of the hot tub together, limbs coming back to life.

 

Relaxing in the Hot Tub

 

Just as well Tree Roots Cottage wasn’t occupied that day!

 

 

I do hope I will have another summer of childlike adventures; I hate to think they are growing too old for some good outdoor farm fun like this.

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Two chances to Win with Rockfish & Country Kids

Win a pair of wellies from Rockfish Monthly

A Chance To Win with Rockfish Wellies from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK. 

 

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. The wellies we offer may change each month but are always high quality, comfy and stylish so keep an eye out here on Country Kids to see which designs are up each month. My March winner will be able to choose any welly form the online range. For more more information on the Rockfish Wellies on offer with us and terms and conditions to win see here

A few of my favourites in with a chance of the March Rockfish Boots:

Plenty to descover for the girls at Little Hearts Big Love down by the Canal

Tin box Traveller enjoyed a family day at a charity run farm for disadvantaged kids

The National Trust properties are great for a day out as Him, Me, Three discovered with their new membership 

A Roman villa captures the imagination of Bubba Blue and Me 

 

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From Cornwall to the London Eye

Posted on March 18th, 2016 - Fiona

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Whilst on our London trip in half term we treated the kids to a ride on the London Eye, it wasn’t something we planned, on the contrary, we were only planning to do the Imperial War Museum, but everyone was keen to extend our day and we finished up having a late lunch right by the famous London site.

From Cornwall to the London Eye on holiday from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holiday, Cornwall, England, UK.

 

We watched the street performers along the pavement. They actually very clever and drawing quite a crowd in their own right. We must have arrived at the right time as we also received delicious free yogurt drinks from Optiwell which went down a treat. 

 

Street Performers and Optiwell Exploring London away from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

 

It was turning from a sunny start into a dull afternoon with rain threatening, probably because of this, we noticed the queues for the London Eye were shorter than we had seen in the past. Popping into the booking office we nearly fainted at the price of £190 for the group of us (3 adults and 6 children) but we decided that we were on holiday and the triplets had never been on before so we paid up and joined the short queue.

 

In London Eye Queue on holiday away from Coombe Mill Farm Family Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

 

Once on board there was a real buzz in our pod. The children darted from window to window to catch a better view and for once my usually camera shy gang were all keen to have photos and selfies with London as their backdrop.

Views from the London Eye on Holiday from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

 

I captured a little on Periscope before my phone began to lose battery but wished I’d waited till the top for maximum impact.

 

 

I really couldn’t tell you how long the ride was but it is enough time to spot all the famous sites, I swear with binoculars you could really spy on the Queen or the Prime Minister from up there! When we came back down there was a new 4D cinema experience included in the price. This was new since our last visit and although it only lasted a few minutes it was an incredible journey over the London Eye with seagulls and snow coming at us. The kids reached out to grab things and really did have bits of snow in their hair as we emerged.

In the 4D cinema

 

The light was fading as we emerged and London looked simply stunning in the twilight as we made our way home.

 

Outside the London Eye and the Walk Back on Holiday from Coombe Mill Farm Family Holiday, Cornwall, England, UK.

I hope we can find a way to return next year and discover more of our capital.

From Street performers to the London Eye

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I’d love you to come and share your outdoor fun with me here on the linky. All posts are welcome from playing in the garden to days out. All I ask is that the post is predominantly outside, away from screens and enjoying some fresh air. I’d be delighted if you would take my badge or link back here and please remember to check out some of the other posts, it might just be the inspiration for your next adventure.

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Two chances to Win with Rockfish & Country Kids

Win a pair of wellies from Rockfish Monthly

A Chance To Win with Rockfish Wellies from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK. 

 

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. The wellies we offer may change each month but are always high quality, comfy and stylish so keep an eye out here on Country Kids to see which designs are up each month. My March winner will be able to choose any welly form the online range. For more more information on the Rockfish Wellies on offer with us and terms and conditions to win see here

A few of my favourites in with a chance of the March Rockfish Boots:

I know how popular our mud kitchen is here on the farm, Play at home Teacher embellishes hers with some real carrots to dig for. 

Wild about Here shares the benefits of a natural playground for kids, something we are very keen on here at Coombe Mill too.

I do love to explore a good castle and Belfast Castle looks both impressive and free to visit as Dear Mummy blog found out. 

 

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Visiting the Imperial War Museum in London

Posted on March 11th, 2016 - Fiona

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Over half term as part of our mini break we headed up to our capital city for the children to catch up with their cousins. They are so central to London that it was a great opportunity to enjoy a day in the city together. We had forgotten our oyster cards as usual and splashed out on one day travel cards for us all. It really hurts now that the triplets are 11 and have to pay full fare but we are pretty hopeless in London. As it turns out our destination of Lambeth for The Imperial War Museum was a fairly short journey from Fulham and we could have saved ourselves a lot, but when you are not familiar with the city it is surprisingly hard to work out the best way to travel.

A Family visit to the Imperial War Museum

Visiting the Imperial War Museum in London away from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

We had a good journey with a little help from Google street maps and negotiating the tube network.  That said keeping an eye on so many on and off tubes is quite stressful and not my favourite part of the day, though the children were quite oblivious and clearly found it all an adventure. 

Searching for the Imperial War Museum away from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall, England, UK.

On arriving it was impossible to miss the huge guns standing in the gardens. The kids ran straight over in awe and disbelief. Nick explained that the funny looking yellow statues were in fact the bullets and the kids were struck by their size.

Nick and the Kids looking at the giant Shells at the Imperial War Museum away from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

A closer inspection of the guns left them all itching to climb up. They gave each other a leg up and were soon enjoying a view out over London and posing for photos before security put pay to their fun; they had of course ignored the health and safety sign!

Climbing on the Guns outside the Imperial War Museum on holiday from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

Like most of the London museums The Imperial War Museum is free to go in and packed with a wealth of interesting facts and exhibits with plenty of telephone points if you’d rather gather information this way than reading the notices. Having Nick is always a bonus, his knowledge for things is amazing and he managed to keep up with all the questions from the children.

Inside the Imperial War Museum on holiday from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

We bumped into a real enthusiast who told us so much about everything there, I captured a little on Periscope but the signal kept failing. We only managed 2 floors of the 5 in the end before lunch called. I’m sure we will be back again as it is an amazing free resource packed with so much of our history.

Outside the kids had another go at all piling up on the guns and all managed to clamber up to pose before security were alerted and we had to apologise and settle for a group photo below

Standing by the guns at the Imperial War Museum from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

We had a lovely wander through the gardens adjacent to the Imperial War Museum where the kids played on the giant sundial. Sadly there was no sunshine left to show them how to read the time but it made a fun obstacle course.

Enjoying the Gardens outside the Imperial War Museum on holiday from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK.

London can be quite exhausting when you don’t know your way but it is a treat for us country bumpkins. The Imperial War Museum was well worth a visit and certainly held the attention of our group age 9 – 13. (check out their website here). Our fun continued into the afternoon and I’ll be sharing this on Country Kids next week.

 

Disclosure: This is NOT a sponsored post, I just chose to write about a great day out.

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Two chances to Win with Rockfish & Country Kids

Win a pair of wellies from Rockfish Monthly

A Chance To Win with Rockfish Wellies from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays, Cornwall, England, UK. 

 

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. The wellies we offer may change each month but are always high quality, comfy and stylish so keep an eye out here on Country Kids to see which designs are up each month. My March winner will be able to choose any welly form the online range. For more more information on the Rockfish Wellies on offer with us and terms and conditions to win see here

A few of my favourites in with a chance of the March Rockfish Boots:

Would like to be spent family time in Richmond Park 
Mummyshire finds numerous imaginative uses for a stick on a National Trust visit
Helping Daddy clear the snow turns into family fun and frolics for Mum turned Mom 
Mummy 3 plus 1 Dog's Memories made their own family fun on a day at Brockholes

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