The Muddy household looks forward to this weekend for lots of reasons. It’s dog and kid friendly, you don’t have to be super-fit to take part, and there are numerous watering holes on every routeRead more
Bosworth caters to a variety of needs for students other pursuits and creates a timetable that enables sport and study, both to a high level. They look at each candidate as an individual and design a solution to suit their needs. A hearty thumbs up from Ms Muddy!Read more
We’ve got glamour, we’ve got St Georges day and the rug rats have gone back to school! The county has more than its fair share of indoor and outdoor fun on offer, so pour a coffee, pull up a pew and enjoy the silence while you plan your week’s fun!
Las Vegas Party Night, Whittlebury Hall, 7.30pm, 21 April
You’ve looked after the kids but the Easter holidays are over and it’s ‘you’ time.Read more
Have you given a thought to summer camping yet? Those yurts, lodges and cool glampy sites get booked up waaaaay in advance, so to give you the early heads up, here are the 25 best places to start your search, as chosen by the people in the know – the regional Muddy editors.Read more
This week the What’s on has a distinctly maternal feel to it. It’s Mothering Sunday on 26 March, and whilst there are lots of other fun activities to be getting on with around the county, this Muddy thinks it’s time to put Mum first.
A Tribute to George Michael, Kettering Park Hotel, Friday 24 March
His larger than life persona, and sheer talent was been the soundtrack to our lives – ever since we woke up in the eighties and “went went”, This “tribute to George Michael” is well timed for those of us who want to be reminded of just how good he was.Read more
I’m a vintage chick, I admit it. Give me those 50’s lipsticks, and a retro seat on which to park my Muddy posterior, charge me a vintage champagne in antique crystal glasses and you’ll have friend for life. There’s lots going on in the county this week, but theres also a definite nod to the good old glamourous days.
Big Chef, Little Chef at Stanwick Lakes, 10.30am- 12pm, Friday, 10 March
Stanwick Lakes – fresh air, brilliant scenery and home to numerous species of wildlife.Read more
It’s up to us Northamptonshire types to make up our minds this week. Do we go out, do we stay in? If Storm Doris didn’t put you off there are plenty of outdoor pursuits to keep you and yours fit and healthy (wrap up warm though). On the other hand, our theatres are putting on rather a good show, what. Decisions, decisions…
Russell Kane: Right Man, Wrong Age, Castle Theatre, 8pm, Thursday 2 March
It’s all about growing up and growing down.Read more
It’s almost March, and I don’t know about you, but I’m still paying off the excesses of last Chrimbo (I really don’t remember ordering proper Champagne in the restaurant that time, doh). In a bid to counteract me sitting at home and feeling sorry for myself, Muddy contributor Lucy Banwell has curated the best free days out in Northants. No excuse Mudsters, wellies on!
A long walk or cycle around this ancient woodland near Corby is good for the soul, the waistline and the wallet!Read more
Didn’t quite make it to skiing this half term? Nope, me neither! But who cares, for we have delights aplenty in Blighty and not just out on our doorstep. Here are some great options if you fancy a day trip out.
Half term week for schools in Warwickshire is 20 – 24 Feb fact fans, so this week is a grand tim for Bucks/Oxon families to head up to Warwick Castle during its relatively quieter week.Read more
Has there ever been a better combination than romance and bored children? This week’s What’s On deals with the paradox of Valentines Day and half term hitting us like a Perfect Storm. Put another way, perfect Mums and Dads, should get, nay DESERVE, a bit of fun time after days of distracting the little ‘uns. Allow us to show you how…
The Soul Weekender, Stanwick Hotel, 10-12th February
Hands up who know’s the roots of Northern Soul?Read more