Articles in Category: East Anglia

Owl Be Back

Owl Be Back

During our visit Down South for the Easter holidays, Midi ‘Owly Girl’ Minx was taken on a huge treat by her grandparents: a visit to the English School of Falconry Bird of Prey and Conservation Centre near Wilstead in Bedfordshire. It turned out to be a fantastic day for us all.

What's in an Explorer's Bag?

What's in an Explorer's Bag?

We had a Sunday out recently at Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire. This is a reserve managed by the National Trust. There are trails to follow – some short (and completely on boardwalk) and other longer ones. The reserve is seen as a haven for bird and other wildlife.

A Bow Paddler in the Making

A Bow Paddler in the Making

Well yesterday was certainly a day for special birthdays, not only did Little Trekkers turn 10 but it was James’ 1st birthday too. I really can’t believe how quickly the year has gone, it seems like only yesterday we were bringing him home from hospital. So while he was napping I got a bit teary eyed and took a trip down memory lane, looking through all his baby photos.

Olympic Fever

Olympic Fever

The Olympic torch finally made it over to East Anglia the other week and after reading everybody’s blogs and seeing how much fun they had, we decided we had to go and see it for ourselves. We couldn’t make it when it was in Norwich, our home town, so headed down the road to see it at Southwold.

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