days out, families, heritage, history, museum, travel, west sussex

Amberley Chalk Pits Museum, West Sussex

There are a number of museums that were firm favourites of mine as a child and the Amberley Chalk Pits Museum in Amberley, West Sussex was one of them.  I remember the first time we ever went - the car park is right beside the train station and I as excited to wave to everyone… Continue reading Amberley Chalk Pits Museum, West Sussex

beach, Coast, Cornwall, days out, families, holiday, National Trust, travel, Walks

Chapel Porth Beach, Cornwall

When you visit a place every year, you might think it would be hard to find something new to do.  But despite going to Cornwall every year for a couple of weeks, from a verty young age, I always make it my mission to find a new place to explore and especially to find a… Continue reading Chapel Porth Beach, Cornwall

Coast, Cornwall, families, holiday, Holiday Cottage, travel

Blue Waters, Newlyn, Penzance

Many will know about my sadness this year, that so places have stopped accepting children for holidays; in B & B's, holiday cottages and hotels, which makes planning a family holiday in the UK even more challenging.  I love this country, it has so many incredible places to visit, so much unspoilt countryside and for… Continue reading Blue Waters, Newlyn, Penzance

beach, Coast, Cornwall, days out, families, National Trust, travel, Walks

Godrevy Beach, Hayle, Cornwall

Cornwall is well known for its golden sands, crystal clear turquoise waters, its amazing surf and beaches that stretch for miles around coves and caves.  Godrevy Beach ticks all of those boxes and is a must for surfers, families and anyone who just loves the beach. I only discovered Godrevy Beach last summer when I… Continue reading Godrevy Beach, Hayle, Cornwall