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 stone, the medieval tower is the oldest part of Holly… View Post
Mother’s Day can be a stark reminder to some. Memes that denote how wonderful mothers are. How your mother is your best friend, your endless wealth of support and advice, your highest confidant and your biggest fan. But sometimes that’s a world away from the reality and the truth that some mothers are toxic.
The kids decided they were going to the outdoor cinema, so we set about making our movie theatre in the garden and using an empty paddling pool was a great idea!
Carpets of bluebells are possibly the most beautiful and awe inspiring springtime pleasure and they are eagerly awaited each year… The blooming seasons for bluebells really varies depending on the weather, but you can usually expect to see them carpeting woodland floors and hillsides throughout April and May, (usually at there very best during May)….it’s a very short lived season… View Post
‘Why would you be so irresponsible and put a baby in danger like this? I think it’s very worrying’ After receiving this comment a post I wanted to reply. Yes, dogs can be dangerous and personally I’m not a big dog fan (sorry!) and I’ve steered the children away from dogs…that’s not necessarily because I deem dogs dangerous but purely… View Post
We love the outdoors and in particular the forest and are extremely lucky to have the Forest Of Dean right on our doorstep to explore… so when we were asked if we would like to take part in the #LoveYourForest campaign to highlight the importance of litter free picnicking we couldn’t say no…