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Science can be fun for kids

Keeping the little ones busy and entertained can be a challenge with the changeable UK weather. So I was delighted to discover a whole world of fun at the bottom of our garden this year. The small pond had been blessed with a family of frogs and was filling up fast with frogspawn. Well aware […]

Vintage, fabric and Mum

Today I was thinking about Easters spent in my childhood. Lovely family parties out in the garden playing badminton over the washing line! Lots of fun and laughter and as my mum was an amazing seamstress, in my case it always meant a new Easter outfit, that usually matched hers. I had strong memories associated […]

Walking with style

In decades past, taking a walk on Easter weekend would have involved much more than deciding clothing to match the British weather. Style would have been at the forefront of decisions to promenade. Dior led the way in epitomising style, and many followed creating their own versions of the looks they aspired to emulate.

We Found Pirate Ships On The Beach

If you feel like you need some fresh air and exercise after all of your Easter eggs this weekend, why not visit the seaside? Last weekend we popped to the beach on Sunday morning. The Spring tide had created a treasure trove of shells, pebbles and driftwood for us to explore. My top tip is […]

Kitchens are creative playgrounds

There are lots of amazing sites that I love to follow online for cooking inspiration such as sophiesscran.com I read how the experts do it and am always inspired to have a go. I ams not sure if this is because I love cooking or eating – maybe a bit of both!