Bored children? Now there's an app for that

Georgina O'Halloran
July 2014
Daily Mail;7/14/2014, p18
PARENTS desperately trying to find ways to keep their children entertained over the long summer holidays can now turn to a new smartphone app which helps you find activities for young people.


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