Days Out: Barleylands Farm Park, Essex [AD – Press Trip]
Last week we were invited to Barleylands Farm in Essex for Half Term to visit their new nocturnal and exotic animals exhibit, which has recently opened at the farm within their Discovery Centre. Although we often remain in the local area during half terms (unless we’re going away properly!), it’s always a treat to travel
This is a Collaborative Post With London Bridge less than an hour away from Brighton, it’s foolish not to include it on your list of places to visit for a morning in between school drop offs and pick ups. Equally, because it’s so close, there’s nothing stopping you keeping London at the back of your
Ever since I can remember, London has always been an exciting place. I don’t know whether it was because I grew up in the country or whether it was because all the ‘cool’ stuff happened in London, but either way I always had butterflies in my stomach whenever we got on that train to London.
On the rare occasion we went to London as a child, my fondest memory was always the wonderful window displays in places like Oxford Street and Regent Street at Christmas time. They always looked so grand and somewhat magical. I remember spending a long time mesmerised by the lights and winter animals. Now that T
Last Sunday, we were invited to Plumpton Racecourse in Lewes to visit their annual ‘Family Day’ event, which is part of Great British Racing’s Under 18’s summer campaign. We’d never been to a horse racing course before, so we were interested to see how family friendly it really was. Our only previous experience of horse racing
Last weekend we were invited to the WWT Wetland Centre in Arundel for the day which, surprisingly, was our first ever visit. Despite being regular visitors to the historic town, we’ve never got round to visiting the Wetland Centre, so when they invited us to come see them for the day we weren’t going to