Discounts could help cut the cost of school breaks
AS the first school holidays of 2013 approach it can seem daunting to keep the creative ball rolling during the break, especially if the finances are still recovering from Christmas.
But spending time with the children does not have to turn into a strain on the purse strings – there are plenty of low-cost ways to have fun, and plenty of ways to save money.
The school half-term week begins on Monday, February 11, in Somerset and the following Monday, February 18, in Dorset.
When it comes to planning half term, look out for attractions and events offering a family discount. Also keep your eyes peeled for any money-off vouchers or offers and any special half-term events being hosted by attractions.
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If you are visiting a popular attraction for the first time this half term you may want to consider investing in an annual pass.
If you plan to visit frequently you could be watching the savings rack up as you watch the children have fun throughout the year.