Made during the pandemic, between 2020 and 2021, Grayson Perry’s elaborately decorated bronze bell marks this unprecedented period whilst celebrating London’s great bells and their long history in marking time, mourning death and celebrating life. You can visit Founders Hall to see the Covid Bell and more during this years open house including Sunday 11thContinue reading “Founders Hall – The Covid Bell”
After an airport drop off at Heathrow for a friend I wanted to find somewhere to go and explore before I headed home. After some searching I found Savill Garden a part of the Windsor Great Park Estate. It was so lovely to hear the birds singing a morning chorus, the squirrels exploring and numerous pheasantsContinue reading “Spring at Savill Garden”
So half term is here and if your looking for something extra special to do last minute then check out Today Tix great priced tickets for top London Theatre Shows, I can highly recommend The Lion King 🦁 and so many others too, I currently have my eye on Frozen ❄️ maybe I should takeContinue reading “Half Term Ideas – London Theatre Show”
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Exploring London’s Regent Canal from Little Venice to Camden.
Coexistence- we can live together successfully. The day Mum and I stumbled upon these beautiful herds of elephants in Green Park London 🐘. Think we may need to take another trip to see them again anyone coming? Check out the CoExistence website, simple things mean we can live in harmony. I try to make myContinue reading “Coexistence”