Sensory Play- naan

Often the loveliest opportunities arise from life’s small problems. Having two little ones with some food allergies, our options are sometimes limited when it comes to buying some edibles such as naan (Indian flat bread)- which contains Ghee. As such, we have been making our own naan to go with our delicious lentil and tomato…

zzzzz……

Hello from a very tired terraced house. Such a busy time after a little person arrives, but between feeds, meals, nappy changes and naps we have enjoyed some precious moments both indoors and out this month. watching the nesting birds at Sizergh Castle exploring the grounds stunning displays of spring bulbs at St. Chad’s church…

The Beauty Of Zero Waste- Vintage Tech

Crafted from natural materials with care taken over form as well as function, vintage technology has a soul which is lovely to behold. Add to this the tendency for vintage items to come without packaging and the fact that they are often easily repaired and it becomes easy to see why vintage is becoming the…

Ulverston

There is something about a day out which begins with a train journey which turns the whole event into something out of an Enid Blyton story, (you can almost taste the potted meat sandwiches and lashings of ginger beer). Travel by locomotive features regularly in the best fiction- Harry Potter’s journey to Hogwarts, evacuation at…

Solidarity Saturdays

Heart-warming morning visiting Solidarity Saturday at Preston New Road. Lovely people, great cake- warming tea and coffee.   Rescue bears…..give one a home today.   Superstars….every single one.  

Into The Woods

Where dips the rocky highland Of Sleuth Wood in the lake,There lies a leafy island Where flapping herons wake The drowsy water rats; There we’ve hid our faery vats, Full of berrys And of reddest stolen cherries. Come away, O human child! To the waters and the wild With a faery, hand in hand, For…

More Joy in January

Picnics al fresco. Homemade soup to keep out the cold. Blazing fires to snuggle up to. Egg and soldiers. Keeping up the fight for the health of our air and water.

A Small Change With Huge Impacts

Firstly a confession, I have been getting it wrong, very wrong in fact. Expending energies on taking glass containers to the shop,buying second hand, eating mostly vegetables…..seeing my part in the fight for the planet as one which could be fought within the boundaries of my own home, within my own village. I’ve changed my…