Monthly Archives: September 2019


Conkers have always been a part of my childhood. In primary school I remember being shown how to put string through the conker so we could spend the whole of break and lunch playing ‘Conkers’. However within the last week … Continue reading

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Climate Strike Oxford September 2019

The 20th September saw the biggest Climate strike in Oxford so far. 5,000 people joined in solidarity an estimated 4 million people around the world. From Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and USA, from┬ácities, towns, villages and individuals, people came out … Continue reading

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Vaccinate Not Exterminate

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Dolphins at Berry Head

The highlight of every visit we make as a family to Devon is a morning on Berry Head, looking out to sea for dolphins. Berry Head is a National Nature Reserve in South Devon. A short walk from the carpark … Continue reading

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Wistman’s Wood – Devon

Wistman’s wood lies on Dartmoor near Two Bridges, Princetown, Devon. It’s known for being one of the only three remote high-altitude oak woods on Dartmoor. The walk through the moorland was amazing, with the weather managing to change quickly from … Continue reading

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