The Center Parcs Family Blogger Club was founded in September 2012 after we decided to bring a taste of Center Parcs into bloggers’ homes. We teamed up with the UK’s largest family blogger networkTots 100and ran a competition for bloggers to create Pinterest boards of their dream Center Parcs break. We recruited 12 bloggers to join the club and selected a further four lucky bloggers as ‘wildcards’ throughout the year.
Each month, Tots 100 bloggers were asked to participate in a themed challenge on their blogs, from tasty treats to outdoor antics and from nature hunting to crafty creations.
Not only did we encourage all the bloggers to get involved in the challenges, we also sent them, their families and another blogger family of their choice off to their favourite Center Parcs village for a short break, so they could truly experience what it means to be a part of the Center Parcs family.
This year, we have been on the lookout for a new group of blogger families to experience all that a Center Parcs break has to offer, running a video competition to give Tots 100 bloggers the chance to become one of our official Center Parcs Family Bloggers families in 2013/14.
We had lots of wonderful entries and thoroughly enjoyed getting a sneak peek into what you all like to get up to with your families. It was an extremely difficult decision but we are pleased to introduce the Center Parcs Family Blogger Club, Class of 2013/14!
Congratulations to all those who have been selected. This year we’ll be offering even more bloggers the chance to join the club throughout the year, so keep an eye on our page to find out how you can get involved.
Steph’s Two Girls – Steph blogs about her two daughters Tamsin and Sasha (and husband Chris.) Aside from blogging about all things family and fun, the blog also covers PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) a type of autism which her youngest, Sahsa, has.
Green Mum’s Blog – Tracy writes about all things eco-parenting, from days out, recommended products or green issues. When she’s not doing her bit to be kinder to the planet, this mum of two loves crafting, reading, getting out into the gorgeous Devon countryside, drinking wine and eating chocolate!
Rambling Through Parenthood – Rambling Through Parenthood is Vai’s creative outlet for sharing her journey as a parent to her bi-lingual son. Not only a devoted mother, Vai is an author and talented poet as well.
Little House Lea – Zoe is mum to a ten year old son and a baby girl – as well as two English Pointers and two Falcons! She blogs about family trips and adventures, life with her little ones, favourite recipes and anything else that take her fancy.