Lifesized monopoly London – A family day out our thoughts.
So it’s nearly time to head to Kenya with The Big Cat Sanctuary. So to celebrate I am running a competition to for one of you and a guest to become a ranger for the day. To win this fantastic prize all you have to do is make a donation to my just giving pageContinue reading “Become a ranger for the day”
When travelling it’s very important to do and have some basic things, these include but are not limited to:✅ have travel insurance✅ research your destination so that you have a basic understanding of culture and things to be aware of whilst visiting✅ check health requirements such as recommended or required vaccinations If I hadn’t hadContinue reading “Important things when travelling”
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”
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.
Get exploring Mercedes Benz World in Surrey, free to visit and explore.
exploring Ham Fen with Kent Wildlife Trust and learning about the beaver re-introduction project.