I was lucky enough to win a family ticket to Tribe Norfolk last Saturday. As it wasn't really Mark's cup of tea, Freya and I went with my running buddy. Set in the beautiful grounds of Happy Valley Norfolk , this family festival, now in its second year, is aimed at showcasing "a range of local food, … Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring Pottery.
After a brief respite from flowers last week, they are back. We popped to Ipswich on Sunday to see my mum and dad. Their garden is looking stunning and, while my dad was stuck (literally) in the wendy house with Freya, I sat and watched the bees at work. Don't worry, my dad got out...eventually! … Continue reading My Weekend Photo – And We Are Back To Flowers.
"Verges can be wonderful roadside mini-meadows, a crucial habitat for wild flowers and the wealth of wildlife they support." - Plantlife. There's a bit of argy-bargy at the moment over whether councils should cut roadside verges. According the the BBC, since 2013 the British conversation charity, Plantlife, has been campaigning for councils to let them … Continue reading England’s Blooming Grass Verges.
Sometimes you can tell how much you’re going to like a book from very early on – and, for me, The Girl At The Window was a five star read right from the start. I stayed up way too late and woke up way too early in a bid to keep finding out more of … Continue reading Book Review: The Girl At The Window.