Featured Posts in'Gloucestershire' Category

the best part of education

“Every child should have mud pies, grasshoppers, water bugs, tadpoles, frogs, mud turtles, elderberries, wild Read more..

being a Gruffalo spotter

We’re lucky enough to live within 30 minutes drive of some of the most beautiful woodlands in the UK.  Read more..

Supporting Wildfowl and Wetlands Centres

We visited Llanelli Wildfowl and Wetland Centre while holidaying in Wales this summer.  E loved feeding the birds Read more..

Supporting Wildfowl and Wetlands Centres

We visited Llanelli Wildfowl and Wetland Centre while holidaying in Wales this summer.  E loved feeding the birds Read more..

Rugby World Cup 2015 comes to Gloucester

Whether you’re a rugby fan or not it would be hard not to notice that the Rugby World Cup 2015 has come to Read more..

Rugby World Cup 2015 comes to Gloucester

Whether you’re a rugby fan or not it would be hard not to notice that the Rugby World Cup 2015 has come to Read more..

making the most of our National Trust membership

We became National Trust members for the first time last year and renewed our membership this year by default when I Read more..

Gloucester City Museum

City dwelling has its bright side and one of them is definitely Gloucester City Museum. Who’d have thought 2 Read more..

going wild for garlic

A walk in Cranham woods turned into a happy stumble* across patches of wild garlic when we went to explore this strange Read more..

The Giant Wiggle at St Catharine’s Under Fives

”Off the top of my head we could watch the DVD of the hungry caterpillar, do some art and craft, be the Hungry Read more..