Porthole with a view – My Sunday Snapshot 150919 But where was this iconic London cityscape taken from?
Project 365 2019 Week 37 Day 251 – 257 Sunday 8th September – Day 251 We’d been invited to Ascott House and Gardens in the summer holidays to see a production of Gangsta Granny, but unfortunately, the weather was awful and the performance was cancelled. It’s a National Trust property we’ve never visited so we…Continue reading Project 365 2019 Week 37
During the summer holidays, we were invited along to a performance by Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre at Blenheim Palace. There were four different plays on offer; Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, A Midsummer’s Night Dream and Richard III. I love watching Shakespeare being performed and as much as I’d have liked to watch one of the more…Continue reading Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre at Blenheim Palace – AD Gifted tickets
You may recall that earlier this year I introduced you to Forest Folk Tales for Children. Carrying on with this theme, today I’m sharing the newly released Buckinghamshire Folk Tales with you. Written by Terrie Howey and published through The History Press last month, the 224-page paperback book shares stories from all over the county.…Continue reading Buckinghamshire Folk Tales – AD sent for review and giveaway
Project 365 2019 Week 36 Day 244 – 250 Sunday 1st September – Day 244 We headed down to the coast bright and early to enjoy a day at the Bournemouth Air Festival. It costs £10 to use the park and ride and the event itself is free. So we carried our camp chairs and…Continue reading Project 365 2019 Week 36
Whenever we stay with my best friend up in Derbyshire we normally spend time at Calke Abbey. Whether it’s to enjoy a woodland walk, visit the gardens or run through the garden tunnel. It’s somewhere my son always enjoys as much as we do. When we visited earlier in the week before school started back…Continue reading Enjoying Calke Explore