Needless to say this is going to be an Easter with a difference. With a semi lockdown in place and social distancing in the forefront of everyone’s mind, Easter isn’t cancelled in our house but we will be doing a few things to try and make it a little more special for the kids this year.
We’re a family that loves to be outdoors, so when it’s raining in the way it has been recently, we start to get a little glum. I’m always looking for things to do and places to visit on rainy days and one of our go to places is Techniquest Glyndwr in Wrexham. That’s exactly where we headed to last week when the half term rain left us stuck indoors for far to long for our liking.
Anyone who knows us will know that we have a little man who is dinosaur mad. So, when I saw the dinosaur trail at Gulliver’s World advertised on social media, I immediately knew this was something that he would love. So, earlier this month we wrapped up warm and headed out exploring into the dinosaur trail at Gulliver’s World, Warrington.
Ask any seasoned fisherman and they’ll tell you that beach fishing is an art, and one that doesn’t come easily, as there are so many aspects that you need to get right in order to be successful. Of course, there are big rewards for those who persevere and with that in mind, here are some useful tips on how to master that art of beach fishing.
When at a loose end, we often take a browse at the National Trust app to find new places to explore which is exactly how I ended up at Biddulph Grange Gardens last week with a friend. I’d never even heard of it before but with four children between us, we were eager to find somewhere that they could stretch their legs. So, Biddulph it was.