The March/April issue of The Bath & Wiltshire Parent is out today, so look out for your copy! Our delivery team is busy distributing 20,000 copies now through primary, prep and pre-schools throughout the region, as well as libraries, leisure centres, theatres and a host of other family-related venues.

And what a stunning issue it is too. It includes –

Camping with kids parents share their top tips for getting the most out of a family holiday under canvas

Plastics free week local mum Liz Lowe and her family find out how easy it is to reduce their environmental impact by going a week without plastic

Eating out a family lunch at Neston Farm Shop

News from the schools updates from schools in the Bath and West Wiltshire region

Pre-school news including a new doula service in Bath, nursery open days, news clubs and classes, and a new nature trail for little ones

Forest school our columnist discussed the pleasure to bone-hunting

Dad Diaries should our dad be taking his seven year old son to his first real gig? Of course… and they had a great time

Granny knows best keeping up with the latest craze sees the kitchen turned into a DIY science lab

What’s On the best selection of events for families in the area

Days Out West of England Falconry Centre including an hawk walk and an owl encounter

Days out Aerospace Bristol visiting one of Bristol’s newest family attractions

Days Out North Hayne Farm a great location for family holidays

Parents page a great way to learn to relax

Book club a selection of books for children that mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One

50 Things You Should Know About WW1 Interior Lo Res 5