MumAbroad Sicily

 

Sicily is the largest of the Italian islands, separated from the Continent by the Strait of Messina and surrounded by the Ionian, the Tyrrhenian and the Mediterranean Seas. Etna, the greatest active volcano in Europe, is on Sicily’s eastern coast. Its spectacular eruptions have created unique landscapes over the centuries. These breathtaking landscapes combined with treasured archaeological sites, Sicily is rich in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, make this a fascinating and exciting location for family holidays.  Palermo is the regional capital.

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For the two founders of TANDEM Language School it is also a vocation, a life project and a meeting place.

For the two founders of TANDEM Language School it is also a vocation, a life project and a meeting place.

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Parent and baby classes that promote post natal health and bonding

Parent and baby classes that promote post natal health and bonding

Mum and entrepreneur Victoria Jennings established Bloom Baby Classes in 2017. She was looking for a more flexible work life to fit around her three girls. She had suffered from PND and anxiety after the arrival of her first daughter and wanted to ...

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