Since embarking on our renovation adventure of Holly House a few months ago we have had one main mission for the summer: to bring the churchyard back under control and to try to turn it back into a well-maintained and beautiful place for the community to enjoy.
For over a year the church has been without any of the most basic of amenities, no running water or drainage, no heating and no electric.
It was an important and productive day at Holly House today, we finally got to start work on the tower. After getting the go ahead earlier on in the week it was full steam ahead. Originally built in the 12th century and rebuilt in the 15th century using the original…
Who doesn’t love a hot chocolate! We most certainly do in our house and it’s an ideal treat to enjoy both indoors or outdoors in a flask on a picnic.
Who doesn’t love a nature craft? It’s such a versatile and wondrous way to get the kids outside to explore their surroundings and to get creative with the things around us.
Ms A is three years old and is just starting to get excited about learning colours and shapes. She also loves to get active and play outdoors. She likes a challenge too. So with this in mind, I wanted to make an easy course for her to follow which would…
Playing dad… I set up a baby changing station in the garden for Noah to play with his dollies.