Just because Christmas is here doesn’t mean that we should stop planning fun activities for the whole family. The cold months of winter are packed full of great opportunities to get out there and enjoy some of our nation’s best events, so here’s a quick rundown of what to look forward to in the next few months.
Winter is the perfect time to escape the cold weather by visiting your nearest multiplex to catch up on the latest movies. Although all of the hype is around the latest Star Wars release, there’s so much more to enjoy in the upcoming months, and all families will definitely be looking forward to the updated version of the Jungle Book that even features Bill Murray singing the Bare Necessities!
Comic book adaptations are particularly big at the moment and your kids can look forward to the likes of the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice film, along with X-Men: Apocalypse and Suicide Squad in the upcoming months. And adults can even revisit some of the favorite films of their youth with the all-female cast of the Ghostbusters update looking especially promising.
The Euro 16 Championships in June and July in France should provide your children with the perfect opportunity to let off some steam in the summer months. But before then there’s always the London Mini Marathon on 24 April that can provide a great day out in our capital whether taking part or merely spectating from the sidelines.
The capital is currently hosting the highly-competitive Professional Darts Corporation Championship that can easily be enjoyed by anybody regardless of age range or skill level. And adults can always add a little excitement to the PDC World Championship event thanks to the Coral sports betting site that provides an exhaustive range of odds, as well as all of the latest news stories from this gripping event.
Out and about
Just because the weather may be a little chilly doesn’t mean that we have to stay indoors to have fun, even though it’s quite possible. One good thing about the long dark nights of winter is that it makes for perfect stargazing. And many observatories up and down the country like Kielder Observatory will be hosting family-friendly stargazing events that are perfect for introducing your family to the mysteries of the night sky.
And although it’s been a very mild winter so far, there’s always the chance of snow, so make sure you get the sleds prepared for some traditional winter fun!