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  • Jay Greengrass
    LOL @ the baby comment: you won't catch me trying to dissuade you, you know! I frequently say that having a third baby so close in age to...

    Jay Greengrass, 04. March, 2015 |

  • Kathryne
    What a great place to visit! I especially like the sound of the animal sculpture and I can only imaging how hard it was looking for them...

    Kathryne, 04. March, 2015 |

  • Monika Strell
    Wow looks amazing! We have Britain's highest waterfall Eas a' Chual Aluinn on our doorstep but only seen it from below on a boat trip so...

    Monika Strell, 04. March, 2015 |

  • Jennie Abell
    Kerry, dog is definitely on the agenda and nice to hear about your walking experience with shared dogs! And I will keep hoping Jay for...

    Jennie Abell, 03. March, 2015 |

  • Cally Worden
    Aww, bootifully cute! Deifnitely in the top ten of LT milestones I reckon. Bless her!

    Cally Worden, 03. March, 2015 |

  • Cally Worden
    Ah, another little girl who adores all things pink - love the butterfly theme Mini, nd that wave from the bike, well done to your...

    Cally Worden, 03. March, 2015 |

  • Cally Worden
    Brilliant! What an inspiried act of resourcefulness from Daddy! Love that pic of you with Geo on the sledge too, our pooch just barks at...

    Cally Worden, 03. March, 2015 |

  • Kerry Teague
    We did a sponsered walk on Saturday and were delighted to team up with a family with 2 dogs who kept our lot enertained by chasing tennis...

    Kerry Teague, 02. March, 2015 |

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We must have the best customers in the World. They have been telling us for years about all the great things they get out and do with their families and we thought it was about time the World knew about it. This is not a ‘Places to go with the kids’ resource in a traditional sense. There’s lots of good websites out there already that can tell you the opening times and entry costs into the many hundreds of attractions that there are across the country.

This is about real experiences, in real places, by real families who get out there in this magnificent country of ours and do stuff. Great stuff! Stuff that you will look back on and remember for the rest of your life. Places that you may never have thought to go, things that you may never have thought to do. Told by those who have been there and done it, and want to pass it on to inspire other families to do the same. These are our Little Trekkers Ambassadors. They lead the way ….

Oxfordshire Goes Wild!

Written by Helen & Ian on Monday, 01 July 2013. Posted in Environmental Education and Wildlife, South West

Oxfordshire Goes Wild!

One of James’s favourite books is his copy of  ‘The Stick Book: Loads of Things You Can Make or Do with a Stick’. This is the perfect book for a small boy who is obsessed with sticks, which of course means it’s perfect for any small boy: I have yet to meet one who is not obsessed with sticks.

The Very Hungry Caterpillars (Part 2)

Written by Helen & Ian on Sunday, 30 June 2013. Posted in South West

The Very Hungry Caterpillars (Part 2)

There has been great excitement in the house over the past few days. All five of our chrysalides have successfully hatched, and we have five beautiful Painted Lady butterflies. So, all five of our Very Hungry Caterpillars have become butterflies: a 100% success rate!!!

From Space-Bike to Stunt-Bike; An Ode to the Balance-Bike

Written by Kerry Teague on Thursday, 27 June 2013. Posted in Cycling, Northern Ireland

From Space-Bike to Stunt-Bike; An Ode to the Balance-Bike

Harry’s had his balance bike since just after his 2nd birthday (although he was nearly 3 before he really got going on it as it was a bit big and heavy). I’ll admit I’m really rather attached to it as I associate it with so many happy times.

Into the Deep

Written by Ruth Lively-Masters on Thursday, 27 June 2013. Posted in Sailing Adventures, South West

Into the Deep

We love water in our family and Ramona and Eomer have always taken to it like the proverbial ducks but we tried a new toy recently… kayaks!

How to Make Your Own Flower Dye Picture

Written by Helena Carey on Wednesday, 26 June 2013. Posted in North West

How to Make Your Own Flower Dye Picture

I always love the idea of attempting a craft project with James but the reality never quite seems to work out as I’d hoped. It normally takes longer to get everything ready than James stays interested in it and we rarely get to finish anything to completion. This however was one of our few successes.

Gourdon Bennett!

Written by Jay Greengrass on Wednesday, 26 June 2013. Posted in Camping Fun, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Gourdon Bennett!

Last weekend we decided to widen our search for a new house. As well as looking at more houses for sale, we decided to get out and about to get a better feel for the different areas, and camp overnight for the first time this year. What a wonderful excuse to take in more coast, too!

A Day at the (Pig) Races

Written by Helen & Ian on Tuesday, 25 June 2013. Posted in South West

A Day at the (Pig) Races

Isn’t it great to live in Britain where so many marvellous and slightly eccentric events take place in our villages every year! We have the World Conker Championships, the World Stone-Skimming Championships, and world-famous cheese-rolling competitions, to mention but a few.

On the Move to St Cyrus

Written by Jay Greengrass on Tuesday, 25 June 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, Scottish Highlands and Islands

On the Move to St Cyrus

I never thought I’d see the day that I’d be thinking about leaving my much-loved, adopted home of the Moray Firth coast, but with the job market being the way it is, our house is just about to sprout a For Sale sign and we’ll be moving to the east coast. Other families immediately start checking out available houses.

Strawberry Fields

Written by Fiona Moore on Monday, 24 June 2013. Posted in Community Farms and Small Holdings, Europe

Strawberry Fields

It feels like we have been waiting forever for strawberry season to start (according to Emily anyway). Not to mention we are down to our last jar of homemade strawberry jam. So when our local PYO posted they would be opening their strawberry field for a few hours on Saturday, I knew exactly where we were headed this weekend.

The Smuggler's Cave

Written by Elizabeth Vancura on Sunday, 23 June 2013. Posted in Beside the Seaside, South Wales

The Smuggler's Cave

Earlier in the year we managed a trip to one of the more unique stretches of Gower coastline – the ‘Culver Hole’ near Port Eynon. Port Eynon beach itself is one of our current favourites – a huge stretch of sand, dotted with rockpools and backed by dunes – perfect for some of our kite flying trips!

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