A Break Away…

...and a Return to Home This past week I have been on a little holiday. I travelled through Sussex, into the Weald of Kent. We flow from chalk-crested Downs to drift in the shallows, gentle pasture and tawny fallows, fat fertile clays and sands, draining through seeping wounds; ditches marked by white Willows. Weather board, …

4 Reasons why UK Nature Watching does it for me. 

Underrated, overlooked, and fabulous. If your yearly activities revolve around planning your next foreign escape to sun and sand, you might view growing up in a family without the fancy or finance for holidays abroad, as a disadvantage. Rather than a sun tan from Portugal or Spain, I would return from the school holidays clutching …

A Nature ‘How To’: Have a WILD Summer holiday (ideas for families, or engaging your own inner child!)

Hooray! School is out for summer! With long weeks ahead of unlimited adventure, there is so much opportunity for connecting with nature and having a WILD Summer holiday. The average summer break is 6 weeks, that’s 42 days, So I have put together a list of 42 inspiring ideas, for ways to re-wild your (inner)child! …

Summer Adventure – Wild Rose Country

Alberta, Canada Canada. It seemed a world away. Amp had been several times of course since his parents emigrated in 2008, but I hadn't travelled further than a school trip across the channel to France, in my entire 25years! Many people found this lack of tourism hard to comprehend, their holiday memories being filled with …