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Finally, the long-awaited great British summer time is here. I don’t know about you, but we’re definitely ready for a few weeks of glorious sunshine, cloudless blue skies and warm, balmy evenings, just perfect for impromptu barbecues. Lots of you will be heading off to the beach either for a day trip or a break away and it’s all too easy to forget that the sand and sea pose a real danger to children, big and small. With this in mind, we’ve teamed up with the RNLI to ask them for their advice about staying safe beside the seaside and you can read their advice on pages 18–21. And with the long school holiday stretching ahead, now seems the perfect time to explore the highs and lows of relationships between siblings. One minute they’re the best of friends, the next, they’re at each other’s throats. Turn to page 22–24 for our suggestions on how to enjoy a calmer, more peaceful summer. The warm summer months are also the perfect time to try and slow things down a little. The pace of life is fast enough during term time, and trying to take things that little bit easier could make a huge difference to the health and wellbeing of the whole family. Make the most of there being less activities, less demands on our time and encourage the kids to do nothing. Yes, you heard us right. Nothing. Turn to page 26–28 to find out more about why downtime is so essential for us all. On that note, we’re off to find a hammock… Have a glorious summer!

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