Forum Books Kids! A review

Forum Books Kids is an independant book shop situated in Corbridge, Northumberland (a lovely little village with some gorgeous shops that’s well worth a visit whether you’re into books or not!) We most definitely ARE into books and so we made a special trip just to visit the bookshop with the intention of finding a […]

The Parlour, Wheelbirks: A review

On a rare Sunday afternoon with absolutely nothing to do we decided to go out for a drive, with no intention of doing anything in particular, just to go on a mini-adventure and see where the day took us. As it happened it took us to a lovely little dairy farm tucked away in Northumberland […]

Molly and Sophie have afternoon tea: Review of Lionmouth Rural Centre

Why should adults have all the fun? Is presumably a question that the LionMouth Rural Center in Esh Winning, County Durham asked themselves when they came up with the splendid idea of putting on afternoon tea for children. Having heard about this I suggested to my friend that we take the littlies there for her […]

Why Library’s are awesome…

This morning Molly and I went to the library. We’re rubbish library members really, we don’t visit enough and we’re always late back with our books but we’re usually forgiven after being given a few stern words and the librarians best “this is just not good enough” face and then we remember why we love […]

A day out at the Bowes Museum’s YSL exhibition

My friend and I, both being a bit obsessed with clothes and one of us being an expert in Museum textiles (sadly not me) were both dying to go and see the¬†YSL exhibition at the The Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle. It’s perhaps not the sort of thing that you would expect to take a […]

A day out at Washington Wetland Centre

On a rare mid-week day off (albeit in the school summer holidays so it was far from quiet) I decided to join my parents and Molly on an excursion to Washington Wetlands Centre. As I understand it, Molly and her grandparents are frequent visitors here as they enjoy watching and photographing the birds and Molly […]