On the first weekend of September, Norfolk Showground hosted one of Norfolk’s biggest music festivals and for the first year I went along to take advantage of all that Sundown had to offer.
On the 17th August, I travelled to the Forum in Norwich City Centre to find out if opportunities like digital drop-ins are needed.
From 31st August to 2nd September, Norfolk Showground is home to one of Norfolk’s most popular festivals.
Bloggers are known to review products and places and recommended the very best. Continue reading “Things To Do In Norfolk – A Bloggers Guide!”
If you follow my social media, you might have seen that at the beginning of May we travelled to North Wales. Continue reading “Our Welsh adventure with Haven – Hafan Y Mor”
Whether you stayed at home and just thought about all their achievements or spent the day with them, wearing your odd socks and sporting something blue and yellow, World Down Syndrome Day was an amazing day to think about and spend time with the person in your life that happens to have Down Syndrome. Continue reading “Our World Down Syndrome Day”
This year WWF Earth Hour is on the 24th March at 8.30pm, it is an hour in which every year more than a million people switch off their lights. Continue reading “Family Crafts For WWF Earth Hour!”
When Jonny and I got married in 2015, we never planned a honeymoon abroad. Continue reading “If We Could Go Anywhere? – A Honeymoon Abroad”
World Down Syndrome Day (21st March) is a day celebrated by people with Down Syndrome and their family and friends around the world. Continue reading “What does World Down Syndrome Day mean to you?”
2017 is the first year that Elsa has really understood Christmas so this year we decided to go on special day out. We choose Wells & Walsingham Light Railway in Wells-Next-The-Sea. It is only down the road for us so was perfect for a relaxing afternoon enjoying Christmas activities and visiting Santa.
When we arrived we boarded the Santa Express, a little train with carriages that fit no more than 10 people in each one. You are welcomed by Santa’s Elves and Elf N Safety. They show you what carriage to sit on and really get the children excited to see Santa. We then set off to Walsingham, but half way there you see that Santa has crashed his sleigh and gone back to Wells on his Traindeer! This means travelling back to Wells to catch up with Santa.
Once back in Wells we were taken to a very christmasy themed grotto where Santa is sitting in a traindeer waiting for the children to go and tell him what they would like. This was the first time Elsa visited Santa so we were praying it was going to go well. Thankfully it did and Elsa and Cleo were both handed presents, which Elsa was very happy about!
Out of the grotto there was carriages filled with Christmas activities such a colouring and decorating baubles. All in all, it was a brilliant afternoon and Elsa absolutely loved it!