A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell

A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell. Hello friends, so how are you today? Now the weather is getting a little warmer we are starting to get out on more days out again.

Last week we got to visit Bakewell in the Peak District for the first time this year. We all love it here. Always plenty of things to do, see and eat!

A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell

A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell:

We did not get to walk up the peaks as short on time. We walked around the parks, grabbed a quick game of table tennis near the cricket pitch and a lovely walk around the river. 

Thing’s To Do In Bakewell:

  1. Firstly, play ping pong on their fee tables. Just take your own ping pong bat and ball.
  2. Secondly, play basket ball on their free basket ball courts, again take your own basket ball.
  3. Take your kids to the park here these is lots of fun thing’s for them to do.
  4. Walk around the river, so many beautiful spots to see.
  5. Visit the lots of yummy cake shops and buy a world famous Bakewell pudding.
  6. Have some yummy fish and chips by the river.
  7. Have a walk up the steep hill to the church. You can see for miles here too.
A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell
Love Locks
A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell
A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell
A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell

Love seeing all the Spring flowers popping up everywhere. Just hope the wind we had this week has not damaged all of them.

Now looking forward to removing the hats and coat weather, surely not to far away!?! How do you spend a day in Bakewell?

Linking Up With Coombe Mill.

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A Family Fun Day Out In Bakewell
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  1. jaime oliver
    12 April 2015 / 20:20

    We discovered Bakewell a few months ago and are planning a return trip! .. it looks like you guys had the same amount of fun! Thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments (sorry i am late)

  2. Mama Syder
    6 April 2015 / 11:56

    Lovely photos Claire, looks like you had a great time x

  3. Erica Price
    6 April 2015 / 07:16

    It looks lovely – reminds me that we haven't been to the peak district for a while (too long) – must make the effort soon as not that far.

  4. About JollyJilly
    6 April 2015 / 07:03

    oo that looks a great place to visit and not somewhere i have been before

    • Clairejustine oxox
      6 April 2015 / 07:11

      Aww thank you 🙂

  5. pixiedusk
    4 April 2015 / 19:32

    Awww I love this place! I love the colors. And those locks! We also visited a bridge and saw some locks. It looks lovely when theres lots cuz its means theres lots of love =) #countrykids

    • Clairejustine oxox
      6 April 2015 / 07:06

      Thanks, I love to see the locks too, you make all kinds of things up in your head about people being in love 🙂

  6. Coombe Mill
    4 April 2015 / 10:38

    Love the outdoor table tennis, we have just put one in here at Coombe Mill in time for the Easter guests, it is already proving really popular, apart from Rocky the goat who loves to chew the bats! I'm with you the spring flowers and buds everywhere are beautiful, we just need some warmth to go with it now! Thank you for sharing your walk with me on Country Kids.

    • Clairejustine oxox
      6 April 2015 / 07:05

      Haha I can just imagine the goat doing that now!! The children love table tennis and are planning to takes their bats everywhere this summer in case they see any out door tables 🙂

  7. The Reading Residence
    4 April 2015 / 07:42

    Looks like a lovely spring visit. We visited Bakewell for the first time last month, and though it was pouring down, I loved it! Definitely one to revisit x

    • Clairejustine oxox
      6 April 2015 / 07:03

      Aww thank you. We love Bakewell. Van't wait to visit again 🙂