One place we really wanted to visit on our trip to Weymouth this summer was Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens. There’s so much to do in and around Abbotsbury and we’d bookmarked to go to the gardens and Abbotsbury Swannery on the same day.
This summer, Buckingham Palace opened their gardens for the first time to allow visitors to have a picnic on the lawn of the most famous palace in the world. We’ve never been to Buckingham Palace, only ever seeing it through the gates. So, as soon as I saw that tickets were released I booked them
We first went to Shropshire for a press trip on a winter weekend in 2017. We had a whistle stop tour of the area and were left exhausted but so in love with that part of the country. We always said we’d go back but it’s taken us four years, and a pandemic, to finally
Last week we had a few days in London and a highlight of our trip was a boating adventure on the Regents Canal with GoBoat. It finished off our only full day in London nicely and was such a lovely way to see the evening draw in on such a beautiful part of the city.
We first heard about the Churchill War Rooms, randomly, when we visited the London Transport Museum a couple of years ago and walked through the underground where people had lived during the war. When we were invited to the War Rooms on a trip to London last week we couldn’t wait to visit.
Everyone loves a lavender field, don’t they? I see them springing up on Instagram all the time and love to visit them myself – but, the ones on Instagram are always so busy. I went to Mayfield Lavender Farm once, years ago, but it’s got far too popular since then. But when I found The
I love it when I can go shopping in the holidays, take the children with me and give them something fun and engaging to do whilst we’re out too – so it’s not just a boring shopping trip for them, being dragged from shop to shop.
Somewhere we have wanted to visit for ages is the Rural Life Living Museum in Farnham, Surrey so when Britains Farm Toys invited us along to spend the day at the museum to enjoy the Britains trail they’ve set up there, we couldn’t wait to visit!
We last went to Blenheim Palace six years ago, when Little Man wasn’t quite two and we were in the days of pushchairs and changing bags. I couldn’t wait to see what Blenheim Palace was like with LP and Little Man being so much older.