A tale of two woodlands

A tale of two woodlands

  We’ve been exploring woodlands this week. First, on Tuesday, we went to Leigh Woods.  Order of the day was den building and tree climbing.   Wonder Girl’s tree is a tower, she is Rapunzel and I climb her hair to reach up for a kiss.  ...
The Last Leaves Of Autumn

The Last Leaves Of Autumn

Last week I took Wonder Girl for a walk at Westonbirt Arboretum so that we could say goodbye to autumn. It’s a wonderful place to visit in the Autumn as the trees display their rusty leaves. Now, as autumn ends, the leaves were mostly on the ground for us to...
A Day Out With Yeo Valley & The Woodland Trust

A Day Out With Yeo Valley & The Woodland Trust

  Earlier this week I took the Purple children to visit  Yeo Valley. I have visited Yeo Valley a few times before which you can read about here and here. The Yeo Valley headquarters, farm and gardens are in the Mendips and it’s a wonderful place to to visit...
How To Make A Woodland Crown

How To Make A Woodland Crown

Today we woke up to a beautiful sunny morning. After the grey, cold weather of late I knew I wanted to spend this morning outside. In a perfect act of fate I had already made plans to meet a friend in our local woodland. My friend is a child minder and she’s...
Westonbirt Arboretum – Spring Crafts

Westonbirt Arboretum – Spring Crafts

As regular readers know I am lucky enough to be official blogging ambassador for Westonbirt Arboretum. It’s a tough job but someone has to do it. During the school holidays Westonbirt always runs seasonal activities for children. So in the Easter holidays we...