I took a slight detour today as I had a meeting in Tunbridge Wells, and I was travelling from Sussex. Standen House Christmas display had been brought to our attention last week and I am so glad I had time to make a visit. The house and gardens created in the 1890’s by the BealeContinue reading “Standen House and Gardens – Christmas 2022”
Later this month I am off to work with The Big Cat Sanctuary’s conservation partners at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya where I will learn more about the work that they undertake and support them in completing daily tasks. Follow me to keep updated with the trip, win some fabulous prizes and take partContinue reading “Ol Pejeta Conservancy”
With our fast-paced world where we are at the end of the phone or email in an instant connecting with nature is something that we should give time to.
Sunita and the team at Out to the Woods are based in Bicknor Kent and have created just that a woodland school in ancient woodland that is offering experiences to all ages.
Exploring the river stour by hiring a kayak, sup or canoe.
The beautiful Whitstable Castle and Gardens and it’s free to visit.
exploring Ham Fen with Kent Wildlife Trust and learning about the beaver re-introduction project.
Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is a great place to get outside and explore. As we hit April 1st the trail is now open later into the evening (9am – 7pm) so you have even more time to get outside and explore this wonderful trail where you will find 6Continue reading “Ingleton Waterfalls Trail”
Sitting on the Kent coastline are the iconic Reculver Towers, the towers were a part of the remodelling of the church in the 12th century. Reculver was one of the earliest Roman Forts built to defend Saxon raids. Later becoming a Anglo Saxon monastery and then the parish church for Reculver. The site can beContinue reading “Recluver Towers and Roman Fort”
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”
Past times exploring has given me so many special memories, this one seems so apt right now too far for me to reach and hold you my darling husband. The children and I have grand plans for our lives and hold you in every thought. St Michael’s Mount had been on our list for soContinue reading “Then v Now”