10 Rainy Day Nature Activities for Kids

10 Rainy Day Nature Activities for Kids

If you live in England then you’re no stranger to a bit of rain. Often people start the school holidays with great intentions of getting their children learning and engaging with nature, but that soon changes when the weather takes a turn for the worst. The rain...
Nature Activities For Kids This Summer

Nature Activities For Kids This Summer

Does the novelty of having your kids home for the holidays quickly wear off as soon as they start screaming “I’m bored”? Are you looking to find ways to keep them amused that don’t involve a screen of some kind? Or alternatively,...
Ditch the Killer, Love The Weeds

Ditch the Killer, Love The Weeds

We’re at that time of year where every shop seems to be stocked full of pesticides, the TV narrative is “kill all weeds!” and, most people don’t seem to think twice about spraying toxic chemicals in their garden. Even the word...
Down by the Sea – Porthpean to Charlestown

Down by the Sea – Porthpean to Charlestown

Welcome to the first in a new series for the blog! In Westcountry Wanderings posts I’ll be featuring walks and places to visit in the southwest of England, with a focus on places that are accessible without a car. So many online walking routes seem to start at...
Stay Wild

Stay Wild

What an amazing month it’s been! 30 Days Wild may be over for 2016, but whilst it may be the end of a chapter the story is just beginning. Here’s the last 5 days of June, but there will be many more wild days to come I can promise you that! 30 Days Wild –...

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