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Adventures // North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering

Nick and I have been itching to take the children to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway ever since we relocated up here in 2014, but always end up with very jam-packed weekends (such is life with children!). As H-Bear is train mad, we decided to take him for his birthday a couple of weeks ago – and we had the BEST time! We parked at Pickering station, which is absolutely beautiful (parking was £5 for the day). The station is full of wonderful exhibitions, a shop, a café, and even a  ...

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Adventures // The Lake District, June 2017

The Lake District is our happy place as a family. To be surrounded by mountains, woods and so much greenery 24/7 is the dream – and one day, way in the future, we hope to move there. Those of you who follow me on Instagram and/or Facebook, will know that we’ve just been to the Lakes on holiday. We stayed for a week in Pullwood Bay on Lake Windermere, to celebrate my Father-in-Law’s birthday. The apartment was gorgeous – as was the view:

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Family Fun // The Hepworth Wakefield

We had big plans for Bank Holiday Monday involving outdoor adventures, but as the date swiftly approached, the weather looked fairly miserable (and we forgot to take our wellies over to Nick’s parents house!). So today, instead of heading to Yorkshire Sculpture Park, or Nostell Priory, we made our way to The Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield. It’s somewhere we’ve been wanting to visit for ages, and I’m so glad we did as it’s a fantastic place to take the kids! The  ...

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Family Life // Our Week in Sussex

A couple of weeks ago we spent a week staying with my mum in Sussex, as Nick was away on a course. We had such a lovely week, so I wanted to share some of my photos. Other than to go to soft play in Lewes, and the occasional trip to Haywards Heath, I don’t think we really left Lindfield. Which was absolutely fine with me as it’s the most darling village, which holds so much sentimentality for us as it’s where we got married. There’s so much to do there for the kids,  ...

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