World Book Day

Today marks the arrival of world book day. A day when parents across the land scrabble together last minute costumes (Please tell me it’s not just me.) and the local primary school bears more than a passing resemblance to  Hogwarts, as children head to school dressed as their favourite literary heroes. Willy wonka, Lily  Bobtail and Luna Lovegood In our house in case you were … Continue reading World Book Day

The Miniature Railway at Audley End

With Birthday celebrations underway for the smallest mudling, she was given the choice of where to head for a family outing. She eventually settled on visiting the Miniature Railway and Fairy Walk at Audley end.  The miniature railway is found over the road to Audley End Hose and Gardens – a rather grand, country house. (Much like the one I might live in when I’m … Continue reading The Miniature Railway at Audley End

Gruffalo hunting at High lodge

We spend most weekends hunting. Usually in the woods for Tupperware, but this time set our sights on something a little larger. I even promised the children no geocaching. (Although I might have slipped the GPS in my bag just in case…) Gruffalo trails can be found in 15 forests in England. Our nearest being High Lodge in Thetford forest. We are big fans of … Continue reading Gruffalo hunting at High lodge