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.
"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.
We picked Freya up from school on Friday and made straight for the beach (we even checked the tide times to make sure there would be sand). It was a gorgeous evening in Sheringham - although the tide came in quite quickly so after an hour on the beach we went into the town to … Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring The Beach.
It is amazing to think it was little more than meadow when Valerie and John Alston first bought the land. More than 40 years on, it is transformed – although that doesn't feel like a big enough word to describe what has taken place at Alby Gardens. The four acres are filled with trees … Continue reading Norfolk Adventures – Alby Gardens.