A perfect weekend away for single mums and dads

April 27, 2009 at 9:38 pm | Posted in Family Holidays | Leave a comment
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SingleWithKids Shell Island Camp Fest


Fed up of the quietness of your own company during the evenings on holiday with your children?  Sometimes holidaying as a single parent can be a daunting experience – the shared experiences are wonderful, but the night times alone can be a little dull, especially if there aren’t many opportunities to socialise with other adults.


If the opportunity to meet up with lots of other parents whilst taking a break with your children appeals, then the hugely popular SingleWithKids holiday to Shell Island Camp Fest is definitely worth checking out.


Spend a weekend with over 400 other single mums and dads.  Let the children play and explore with their new found friends, while you enjoy some much needed rest in adult company, what could be better?


The Biggest Single Parent Party of the year is being held at the glorious Shell Island campsite in Wales.  Set in tranquil surroundings, enjoying sea, sand, campfires and beautiful sunsets, there really are few better places to meet new friends, let your hair down and recharge the batteries.

SingleWithKids is an organisation specialising in social events and holidays for single parent families, the Shell Island Camp Fest 09 is proving unbelievably popular. Sharon Jackson is attending the event for the second year running with her 7 year old daughter Katie-Louise.  “I hated the thought of camping but couldn’t bear to miss this last year when I heard how many were going – and I’m so glad I went along! It was fantastic weekend,  I met some lovely people, all who understand the challenges of raising a family alone. I hadn’t laughed so much for ages and couldn’t wait to book the next camping trip!”

Alongside the entertaining beach rounders and team games, there’s a large party organised complete with hog roast and marshmallows by the campfire.


For more information about this fantastic event visit www.singlewithkids.co.uk


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