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Carol Singing at Tregolls Manor Sunday 21st December at 4.00pm

We’re Carol singing for the old folk tomorrow afternoon (Sunday 21st) at 4.00pm at Tregolls Manor Residential home in Tregolls Road. I have arranged for us to p… 39 more words

Holy Commotion Programme

Hard Rock Food – Room Service, Kings Club and Restaurants

Penang is definitely the haven for good food and I am always complaining that there is just never enough days on our Penang trip to eat everything we want to eat. 567 more words


Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Child Friendly (Review/Trailer)

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Child Friendly (Review/Trailer)

Perhaps the saddest thing about Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, with its child friendly atmosphere and plot, is seeing the late Robin Williams reprise his role as President Teddy Roosevelt. 47 more words


Chocolate and Coconut Truffles

Some recipes are passed down through the generations, from mother to daughter and eventually grand-daughter, not because they are the best recipes but because they evoke memories of precious time spent in the kitchen, bonding over chocolate-covered wooden spoons that would soon be licked clean, of milk mustaches and biscuit crumbs. 668 more words


12 Quick and Easy Christmas Crafts

It is literately only days until Christmas. Six to be exact. That means that you have six days to get those last minute gifts, finish the decorating and six whole days to do Christmas crafts :) 863 more words


Hokey Pokey – Seletar Mall

JahBella have been to several indoor playgrounds before but they have never visited Hokey Pokey. So when we found out that they had open an outlet near to us and even nearer to our upcoming new place, we were keen to find out if it could become one of our regular spots. 473 more words


Wit's End Café, Sandsend, North Yorkshire

“The best café in North Yorkshire” So says the website and who are we to argue but Sandsend is a pretty good setting. The North Yorkshire Coast is full of variety, from Whitby’s Goth Festivals and Fish’n’chips, through to the delight of Runswick Bay’s houses tumbling down the steep cliffs. 324 more words