… a range of activities to keep children entertained throughout the holidays. These mostly involve chocolate.
A few weeks ago we finally made it to Knole Park. Knole Park is a National Trust (NT) property, situated in the market town of Sevenoaks (an approximately 30-minute drive from Chislehurst). There is a charge for parking at the entrance to the grounds (though it is obviously free to NT members displaying a valid… Continue reading Knole Park
… on a freezing cold wintry day!
… at Birling Gap, near Eastbourne
… something for myself for a change!
… courtesy of Ruxley Manor Garden Centre
I am not the type of person who writes regular bucket lists (mainly because I try not to give myself more work than I already have), but one of the things that I desperately wanted to do this autumn was to go apple picking in an orchard. I have a bit of a love affair… Continue reading Apple Picking!
…our experience with a toddler and a preschooler.
You know when you take part in an organised children’s activity? And it is just so good and it makes you (and the children) so happy? And the organisers just get “it” and children so much? And it only costs a couple of pounds but you would happily have paid 10x more for what you… Continue reading Fairytale Fun at Castell Henllys
We have returned from a very busy and wonderful few weeks. It started with our annual church holiday club, and ended with two amazing holidays; the first we spent on the North Norfolk Coast with my in-laws, and the second we spent on the Pembrokeshire Coast with my mum. We are very lucky having such lovely families… Continue reading Summer Holidays 2016 – Part 1