• Visit UK

    Day trip ideas for your elderly parent 

    As individuals get older, many will think they’ve been everywhere in the UK; but let’s be honest, it is very unlikely that they have. Typically, the elderly tend to want to visit somewhere interesting, where they can develop their knowledge on a particular subject and then pass their knowledge onto the grandchildren. It’s all about appearing wise with older age, right? Below is a list of interesting days out and things to do, which you might want to visit yourself, or suggest to your elderly loved one. Chatsworth House, Derbyshire Stately homes are always a good hit with the oldies. The large grounds contain a maze, sculptures, impressive ancient woodland…

  • Family Stories,  Featured Posts,  Living Arrows,  My thoughts and sorrows

    Sunshine

    We all wish for days filled with sunshine. We think that our day will be better if the sun is up. I tell you what though…instead of getting yourself wrapped up into everyday and decide our mood depending on the weather why don’t you just take a second to look into our children eyes? You will know then that there is nothing better than the world saw through a child eyes. My youngest wakes up in the morning and laughs! She even start saying: “Wake up mummy!” I love the way she starts her day…and I wish I could start my day the same no matter what I have to…

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    Three great reasons to visit Cornwall

    If you’re seeking a fun filled family holiday in the UK then boarding one of the many trains to Cornwall could start your adventure. The much loved region is one of Britain’s gems and a fab place to visit. Here are some great reasons why we think it’s worth heading to, whether for a short break, or a little longer. Fantastic beaches The Cornish coast is blessed with some truly stunning beaches, so whether you’re looking to surf, swim or relax you’ll find somewhere to do just that. Some of the finest beaches are located in Newquay, which lies on the north coast. Arguably the finest beach in this area is…

  • Days Out,  Family Stories

    Thomas the Tank Engine and Camping

    My husband I and really enjoy camping! Before we had our lovely daughter we use to go camping quite often but since she was born we avoided camping until this year when she turn 2 years old. We were quite scared to how she will react to the joys of camping like sleeping in a tent or being outside for 24 hours. The first time we went camping she was so tired that as soon as i lay her down on our blow up bed she fell asleep instantly! But in this post i would like to talk more about our second experience camping in the EcoCamp – Sustainability Centre…