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A Visit To Land's End

Of all the times we’ve been to Cornwall, I can never remember actually visiting Land’s End – the headland which is the most westerly point of England, and the closest point to the North American Continent.  361 more words

Adventures At Home

EVENT: Free Community Open Day, Winter 2014

Twice a year – spring and winter – the National Trust opens the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Experience to the local community free of charge. The next free Winter Community Open Day will be held on Saturday 8th November from 9am, with last admissions at 4pm. 105 more words

North Coast

Review: Historic Dockyard Chatham

October is birthday month, and what better way to spend it than quality time with the family – at a museum of course! As birthday girl, I got to choose – I wanted somewhere new but close enough we could drive to with a screaming baby. 1,598 more words


National Trust: Polesdon Lacey

We are big National Trust fans. The first Christmas after Monkey was born, my parents kindly brought us an annual pass and it was one of the best presents we had ever been given. 601 more words

Adventures At Home

Crabs...do you suppose they get crabby after being caught countless times during crabbing?

I wouldn’t like to be a crab; not because they are incapable of walking forwards, or backwards for that matter; I suppose I would eventually get used to the idea of turning away from my intended destination in order to reach it plus having to periodically stop and turn to make sure I was still heading in the right direction; and not because their table manners are not up to scratch, the way they shovel their food in with both pincers makes my son’s table manners look positively perfect. 568 more words

Family Days Out

Picnics, pumpkins....pensive.

This weekend saw the annual Pumpkin Fest at National Trust Castle Ward, and as always it lived up to all expectations and more! J and S remembered the day from last year and were really looking forward to it and little L was very excited about all the wonderful ‘pumptkins’. 528 more words

Family Life

Places to Go With Kids

The Zoo

Most kids love animals. For that reason, taking kids to the zoo is pretty much always a slam dunk. Considering that most of the animals kept in zoos today are not likely to be seen by children in person, this can be a fun filled learning adventure for them to not only see animals they wouldn’t typically see but also to learn about where they come from. 232 more words

Places To Go With Kids