Project 365 2018 Week 45

Project 365 2018 Week 45

Project 365 2018 Week 45 Days 308 – 314 Sunday 4th November – Day 308 The calm after the fireworks. I felt shattered today so we decided to change our plans.  My son had a Lego construction morning and then the menfolk spent the afternoon in the garage playing trains. … Continue reading »

Exploring Chedworth Roman Villa

Exploring Chedworth Roman Villa

I’ve always been interested in the Romans, Greeks and Egyptians and I cannot wait for my son to learn about each civilisation at school.  He briefly covered the Romans when he learnt about Pompeii last year and we’ve shown him lots of Roman artifacts in museum visits over the last… Continue reading »

Mr Frosty Choc Ice Maker (sent for review)

Mr Frosty Choc Ice Maker

Now it might seem like a strange time of year to be thinking about frozen treats but in this household they are an all year round obsession. We’ve been putting the new Mr Frosty Choc Ice Maker through its paces and we were all fighting to do the first taste test!… Continue reading »

World Football Records book – review and giveaway worth £19.99

World Football Records

Following on from yesterday’s football themed post, today I’m sharing with you the recently published World Football Records book from Carlton Books.  This 256 page hardback book written by Keir Radnedge is a must for any fan of the sport. The World Football Records book is the 10th edition which is full… Continue reading »

Kids football FANCRATE box giveaway worth £45

Kids football FANCRATE box giveaway worth £45

Do you have a football fan in your household?  If so, then I have just the thing for you today with my kids football FANCRATE box giveaway worth £45.  If your kids are fans of Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, West Ham, Newcastle or Everton, then this… Continue reading »

Exploring a walk by the Cotswold Water Park

Exploring a walk by the Cotswold Water Park

I’m often known to download ideas for future adventures, put them somewhere safe and then forget about them.  Luckily my son was looking for something a few weeks ago and pulled out a map, he saw the mention of train tracks and thrust the paper into my hands.  What’s this… Continue reading »