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Mizen Head Hotel, Bamburgh, Northumberland

As most of you will know, the County of Yorkshire has just a few more people than the aspirationally independent country of Scotland with around 5.3m people. 602 more words


The Ship, Low Newton, Northumberland

We’re starting to find pubs in the north where you can listen to some decent live music – jazz, blues, folk even . There seemed to be so many when we were young but alas, no longer. 382 more words


Easy lunchbox idea – vegetarian cheesy muffins

Today is the last day of the Easter school break here in Sydney and it is cold and raining. We have my best friend’s daughter over for the day and I have used this time when gals are distracted to get my bake on. 303 more words


Wanstead Park: The bluebells are here!

When we first moved to the area, I was pregnant and living in a temporary flat in Leytonstone waiting for our house purchase to go through.  360 more words

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Chewy Chia Chocolate Biscuits

These biscuits taste great and are full of super foods

No slapped hands when the kids go near the biscuit jar, you can actively encourage it! 355 more words

Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles Hotel

In terms of Scottish grandeur, the Gleneagles Hotel has to rank amongst the most famous. Long established as a premier destination for holidays and sporting breaks – think golf, for example – the hotel is well on its way to celebrating 100 years of lavish service…well, 91 so far. 447 more words


Plage du Sillon, St-Malo

Following the sea wall along the golden Plage du Sillon takes you from the Paramé quarter to Intra-Muros (the old city fortress). The beach is bounded by the… 146 more words