A Visit to Daylesford Farm

This place is a revelation! Mainly because I can’t believe it’s how some people live: driving their Range Rovers to do their weekly organic farm shop, popping into its garden centre for a £30 bunch of flowers and stopping off at the spa for a £110 facial while they put their children in the ‘Seedlings... Continue Reading →

20 Places to Visit in Cheltenham and Around

I will be doing more indepth reviews of some of the following over the next few months: 1) Pittville Park New playground built. Lake with ducks, ice cream! www.cheltenham.gov.uk/info/33/parks_and_open_spaces/350/pittville_park 2) Cheltenham Lido Open from March to October. Warm kids pool along with main pool. Nice café. www.sandfordparkslido.org.uk 3) Cheltenham Museum Workshops but also a great... Continue Reading →

What to Expect at Kids Parties

Ed went to two 3rd Birthday parties this weekend so I thought I’d write about my experiences so far for the amusement of myself and hopefully others. Disclaimer: the use of people, places, and events depicted herein are fictitious. (Not! It’s all true..sorry if I’ve been to anyone’s party reading this!) So, some have booze... Continue Reading →

Bourton-on-the-Water

This is one of my favourite places to visit in the Cotswolds with Ed. I just love it! There’s the famous Model Village (miniature of Bourton), a fantastic model railway museum that only costs £3 to get in, a river with ducks, a motor museum and a Birdland. I’ve been there at least three times... Continue Reading →

Dinosaurs spotted in Oxford!

I’m currently trying to tempt Ed away from an obsession with soldiers. He has two older half-brothers and loves their toys more than his own! Ed, however, is also interested in dinosaurs so I’ve been meaning to visit Oxford with him to see the specimens at the wonderful Oxford University Museum of Natural History. “Are... Continue Reading →

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