The 17th century creation of the Bakewell Pudding was an accident when an order for a strawberry tart was mixed up by the cook when she spread of a layer of jam and then placed the egg mixture into the pastry before cooking. The mix up ended up being a huge success with a localContinue reading “Bakewell Pudding or Bakewell Tart”
February Half Term Ideas – time to get walking and maybe jumping in muddy puddles. It’s cheap it’s fun and the kids won’t forget it. I mean really let them have fun, go prepared take spare clothes a towel and don’t forget your wellies ❤️
Why not explore one of the fabulous walks in Kent, a few lovely ones are: Samphire Hoe created by the Eurotunnel in 1997 is a lovely place to explore with the sea one side and the grassland the other often grazed by animals. With 200 species of plants and more than 200 species of birdsContinue reading “Half Term Ideas – Go for a Walk”
First in the February half term ideas is a train ride. Great for all weather a train ride in Kent or Sussex it’s an excellent day trip out exploring the hidden gems off the roads. Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway the famous one third full size steam and diesel locomotives take you on a 13½Continue reading “Half Term Ideas – Train Rides in Kent & Sussex”
25th January 2022 Burns Night is a celebration of the life of Robert Burns, born in Ayrshire in 1759, Robert Burns is Scotland’s national bard (poet). Auld Lang Syne is perhaps Burns’ most famous work and is one of the most widely sung songs of the English language, with many of us singing Auld LangContinue reading “Scottish Burns Night”
Day trips to london travel tips
LLangollen is a fantastic area to take in the Welsh atmosphere, stunning scenery and the beautiful River Dee
You can take a trip on the train, have a picnic by the river, take a walk with nature and look in the many independent shops in the small town.
The fantastic Canterbury Festival runs from 16th – 30th October 2021. With a great selection of Music, Performances, Talks, History, Science, Walks and more there is something for everyone of all ages.
Find your perfect pumpkin patch in Kent. A round up of some of Kent’s great pick your own pumpkin sites for you to visit this autumn.
Moving into autumn- The astronomical calendar determines the seasons due to the 23.5 degrees of tilt of the Earth’s rotational axis in relation to its orbit around the Sun. Against that of the meteorological seasons that consist of splitting the seasons into four periods made up of three months each. By the meteorological calendar, the first day of autumn is always 1 September; ending on 30 November. The astronomical autumn calendar starts Wednesday, the 22nd September and ends Tuesday, the 21st December. 🥮🍂🍁