Summer of history and re-enactors.

Wow, the history is all around us and what a dedication from re-enactors to bring this to life. We have spoken to solicitors and professors who take part in these events, French people who traveled to take part in the Tewkesbury battle and a Roman soldier who came from New Zealand. There is no museum that can rival this type of reality to bring thousands of years of history to life again.

Family, History

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Jazz in the rain!

Winchcombe festival is one of the many websites we look after and as a result. It is great knowing what is coming up before the public so you get to pick the best seats, though we had to bring ours… oh and it rained, I mean, thunderstorm…

Family, Jazz

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My discovery of NPR tiny desk concerts

What a joy when you discover something new that gets you so excited if gives you butterflies in your tummy. No, it is not bungee jumping or talking to hundreds of people that give you nerves, but simply a YouTube channel. NPR tiny desk concerts is the channel I am writing about. A series of small concerts of the channels favourite musicians that play around 3-4 songs in their office.

Family, Music

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A chilly Sunday on top of Bredon Hill

After a slow and long Sunday morning, we decided to go for a long walk with the family. After just having started to write my blog, I thought why not post something? It wasn’t a particularly amazing walk… It was cold, very muddy and we were all in a bad mood to start with. On the way, I discovered a few beautiful elements that I took a picture of. I did reset my mind, so a few more of these walks with this type of weather by the end of the year would be great. 

Family, Walk

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