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Help me, bored four year old in leeds/bradford area

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mummytoamonkey Tue 21-Aug-07 10:33:56

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mummytoamonkey Tue 21-Aug-07 10:35:39

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esc Wed 22-Aug-07 08:36:33

A couple of ideas:
Thwaite Mills Watermill in Leeds
St Leonards Farm Park, Bradford
And if you want some more ideas, you could try Useful too once you know of one place and want to see what else is close by.
Good luck.

mummytoamonkey Thu 23-Aug-07 15:27:26

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bozza Thu 23-Aug-07 15:29:28

Could you go to York on the train and do the National Railway Museum which is free and right next to the station?

mummytoamonkey Thu 23-Aug-07 16:58:15

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bozza Fri 24-Aug-07 21:44:38

honestly it is right by it. The main part of the NRM with the turntable in used to be the station yard.

janestillhere Fri 24-Aug-07 21:57:19

NRM is fab! I was sceptical but seeing and stnding by these huge trains from yesteryear and the present is brilliant. Even if you're not that bothered by trains, you can't help but be amazed. The restaurant in the second bit (when you go to the other side serves nice grub too! grin And it's FREE.

janestillhere Fri 24-Aug-07 21:59:18

I don't mean the food is free obviously. x
Also outside there is a play area and a little train you can ride on (small fee)
Will shut up wittering now. wink

mummytoamonkey Sat 25-Aug-07 09:22:51

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bozza Sat 25-Aug-07 16:06:48

The food is actually very expensive IMO so I would either take a picnic or walk into York and get something there.

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