Category Archive: People

Sep 19

Pepe, The Sound Stacker Puppy From Hape – How Cute by Dr Kathleen Thompson

 When I was asked to review this sweet wooden stacker toy, by Hape, I knew I needed help. So I called in the resident toy expert, Henry. At fifteen months old, Henry has approximately fourteen months experience of testing toys to destruction, so I was confident in his assessment. With true professionalism, he started with …

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Sep 17

No Rhyme Or Reason: Searcy’s At The Gherkin Plays Host To New Opus Art-Curated Exhibition…

No Rhyme Or Reason: At Searcys, The Gherkin 11 September – 10 November 2017 An exhibition curated by Opus Art in collaboration with G X Gallery Featuring works by Martin Foot, Eddie Hara, Claudia Meyer, Wu Mingzhong, Sheng Qi and Mitchell Schorr At Searcys | The Gherkin Visits by appointment only. Imagery: Shane Finn at …

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Sep 15

Hampshire style blogger shaves her head to raise vital funds for boy’s Stem Cell treatment

A 21-year-old girl has shaved her head in a bid to raise the £30,000 a young boy desperately needs for Stem Cell Treatment. Chloe Miles, from Aldershot, shaved her head to help her friend, four-year-old Enzo, from Odiham, who was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy when he was just a few months old. Chloe met Enzo …

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Sep 12

Hape Walk-A-Long Snail Review | Toys

Frost loves the Hape Walk-A-Long Snail. First of all it is cute and looks so happy. Next, it is also a shape sorter. Your little one can pull it along like a cute companion or sit and play with the snail. It is wooden, high quality and very well made. It is also eco conscious. …

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Sep 11

George Luck wooden puzzles at Hape


If your children are trooping off to one birthday party after another and you are all out of gift ideas why not check out the selection of beautiful little puzzles at Hape. Made from wood and water based paints there are plenty of designs to choose from. We particularly liked the new Cats design. Six …

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Sep 07

Diary of a Freelance Working Mother: On Busybodies

It was Jean Paul Sartre who said that hell is other people, but he did not get it quite right. What he should have said was that hell is other people and their opinions. Now if they can keep those opinions to themselves then it is happiness all-round. I spend large parts of my day not pointing …

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Aug 29

Diary of a Freelance Working Mother: Park Life

A term time break. The summer holidays. This used to mean something when I was in school, but since my son is still in toddlerhood it does not hold the same excitement. I am not saying it has no effect on my life: the toddler groups close or become less frequent. When they are open …

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Aug 22

The Diary of a Freelance Working Mother

Hello Frost readers. Many of you will know me quite well, others will be be thinking, ‘Why is the woman being so arrogant to think that we know who she is?’ And you may have a point, so let me introduce myself properly: I am the editor and founder of Frost Magazine. I am also …

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