88% of Irish parents would like more quality time with their families

88% of Irish parents would like more quality time with their families

In response to research revealing that 88% of Irish parents would like more quality time with their families, HB Hazelbrook Farm have launched a Quality Time Together campaign.

 

The new campaign calls on Irish parents to make a date to spend quality time with their families.  A further 12% of parents revealed they don’t spend any quality time with their children during the week.

Irish families are facing a Quality Time quandary, with 88% of parents craving more quality time with their families, but lacking both time and ideas on fun things to do.

Sarah Atkins from HB Hazelbrook Farm commented: “The majority of parents we spoke to, 58%, said they would choose to spend any extra free time in their day with their family. This shows there is a real appetite for spending quality time together.

“ Experts suggest that it only takes 15 minutes of quality time to reconnect after a hectic day, so the HB Hazelbrook Farm Quality Time Together activities have been compiled with this in mind.

“The great news is that 56% of families are managing to eat dinner together at least five nights a week, presenting the perfect opportunity to catch up. It’s definitely something parents and families want to do together, and love to find ways of fitting in quality time easily after dinner.’’

 

Celebrity mum Yvonne Keating: “The HB Hazelbrook Farm Quality Time Together campaign shows parents just how easy it can be to enjoy time with our children. We need to stop feeling guilty and make the most of the time that we do have together!”

 

Launching today on www.facebook.com/hbicecream, the Quality Time Together campaign shares quality time ideas crowdsourced from Irish parents. Whether you’re a busy mumpreneur, a stay-at-home parent or a hot desking dad, you’ll find some great inspiration for fitting quality time together into your day.

 

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