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I love writing about special places in and around Bath, and occasionally in Wales, Ireland and France when I travel. I adore tea, the Sea and family x

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My WeekendNotes - 123
With the glorious Bristol suspension bridge as a backdrop, the observatory is worth the view alone. You can find it ... [more]
Few bath residents, and very few visitors, know about a fantastic viewpoint in Bath. It is arguably the most beautif... [more]
This place is often described as 'a haven' or 'a gem', and it is easy to see why. Tucked into the edge of the city of Ba... [more]
Westonbirt Arboretum cares for over 18,000 trees, spread over an area that is over 2.4 kilometres squared. Located in th... [more]
Fancy visiting something unusual? Built around 3650 BCE, this Neolithic burial chamber, or 'Long Barrow', is a truly... [more]
Free with entry to SS Great Britain, is a fabulous exhibition. It explores the mind of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, argu... [more]
Bristol's historic harbour, also known as Wapping Wharf, is teeming with local, national and international history. ... [more]
Director Hayao Miyazaki has made 22 feature length animated films since 1984. His 'Studio Ghibli' is justifiabl... [more]
There is 800 years of history at The Bishop's Palace, hidden right at the heart of the city of Wells. Behind a m... [more]
This is a gentle T shaped walk that takes in many wonders but begins and ends at Avebury stone circle, or 'henge'. This ... [more]
Gently undulating chalk downs (hills), an Oak tree-filled wood and secluded picnic spots abound at Ashdown. It offers wo... [more]
The Cotswold Way is one of Great Britain's most well-loved National Trails. Also called a long-distance walk, the fu... [more]
Built in the 1370s by a local man newly in the King's favour, Nunney Castle is a Medieval masterpiece. Built in the Fren... [more]
Bath's Jewish Burial Ground is a wonderful place, and few people (even Bath residents) even know that it exists. Nes... [more]
A beautiful open space with an intimate feel In need of some peace and quiet? Kids or pets need to stretch their legs... [more]
Read the Pebbles on the Beach - escape to the sea in your mind Spring has sprung in Great Britain, yet we are all... [more]
Soothe your mind with some indulgent Indian cookery With more time to savour the simple joys of life at the momen... [more]
Electric Bear Brewing Company have been craftily making beers for a couple of years now, but their brewery and tapro... [more]
Play King of the Castle on the Dinefwr Estate The National Trust owned Dinefwr estate holds a wonderful ruined castle... [more]
Mr B's bookshop is nestled behind the bustling heart of the Georgian city of Bath, and is a wonderful place. I have ... [more]
Lacock Abbey, an absolute must for Harry Potter fans. Remember Harry, Ron and Hermione running through the Cloisters ... [more]
Nestled on the cliffs of the Taff estuary in Carmarthenshire, Wales is the house and writing haven of Dylan Thomas. One ... [more]
One of the most fascinating and important ships in the world is now in dry dock at Bristol harbour. The SS Great Bri... [more]
In a rural barn in Ireland's Eastern county of Meath, there is a superb cheesemonger. Sheridans sells the very best ... [more]
Newgrange, or 'Mansion of the Boyne, is a 5000 year old burial chamber, with a stone passage and a mysterious do... [more]
For many years, Mike Harding presented the BBC Radio 2 Folk Show, broadcasting, in his own inimitable gravelly tones... [more]
Tom Duffy's Circus has been delighting Irish audiences since the 1860s and their 2019 show is wonderful. We saw ... [more]
01/03/2019 - 28/11/2019
Something really special starts every Easter Sunday (in eight days time), and lasts all Summer long. Cream Teas! Where, ... [more]
21/04/2019 - 08/09/2019
Seaside paradise, far from the city Cemaes Bay in Anglesey is an idyllic seaside village and the most northerly v... [more]
Beautiful, tranquil surroundings, at the heart of the Cotswolds Westonbirt Arboretum boasts over 600 acres of bea... [more]
Awesome Venue, Astounding Performers Sunday night Folk gigs at Bristol's Folk House are always special. When Gilm... [more]
Wells is a small yet bustling city and is bursting with energy this Easter time. It also sports an eccentric market ... [more]
Bristol Zoo has so much to offer. I went expecting to see a few animals, but left feeling truly inspired. With a... [more]
When Spring arrives in Bath, a familiar sound is heard in the parks, and that sound is Pétanque! Pétanque (also know... [more]
There is a green and vibrant vein running through the city of Bath, and it is the Bath and Bristol Railway Path.... [more]
If you are looking for some rest and relaxation with an adventurous twist, then a day (or days) in Tenby could be exactl... [more]
With an impressive permanent collection, an ever-changing exhibition and a local artist gallery, there is a lot to see a... [more]
The Roman Baths is an outstanding attraction and offers a fascinating interest into this unique location. A hot spri... [more]
The Vendee, region below Brittany on the West coast of France, is a land of sun, wind, bright seas, low roofed house... [more]
The eagerly waited record emporium Revival Records Exchange opened last month and it is a wonderful addition to Bath... [more]
Armagh Planetarium is a fantastic place to visit and has attractions for all groups and ages. With interactive displays,... [more]
The procession of Bath Carnival is a superb spectacle and well worth timing a trip to Bath for. Carnivals are very w... [more]
St Patrick's sits atop a hill in the city of Armagh and it is a breathtaking building. Built in phases between 1840 ... [more]
You can find 'We the Curious' in Bristol, on the edge of Millennium Square at the heart of the harbour front. Part s... [more]
1. Its all about the music A weekend with vinyl is a weekend well spent, in my humble opinion. My ideal weekend a... [more]
Blooming Whiteway is a superb community-based phenomenon, and the result of the hard work and vision of two local wo... [more]
At one corner of the heart of Theatre Land in Bath is The Griffin. It is a beautiful, quirky mix of traditional pu... [more]
Resolution Records - The heart of Green Park Market Resolution Records is a wonderful record store in Bath's Gree... [more]
Sofar Sounds create intimate gigs in special and unusual locations, hosting superb live music performances. They allow m... [more]
Newark Park is a stunning Tudor house, set in beautiful grounds and gardens. The building was originally a Hunting Lodge... [more]
Bath's 'Little Theatre' Cinema is wonderful. Housed in an Art Deco style building and tucked away behind Bath Therma... [more]
Bath Soul Club held their 11th night on Saturday, and it was fantastic! Several guest DJ's played a great mix of tra... [more]
Part exhibition space, part museum, part public institution, this is a powerful and welcoming organisation. It is genu... [more]
09/02/2018 - 17/02/2018
Soothing, Stylish and Speedy- a wonderful combination. Society Cafe can be found at the corner of Kingsmead Square, w... [more]
Today marked the launch of a new art and sculpture trail, that will decorate Bath from June to October this year... [more]
01/06/2018 - 31/10/2018
The World Famous caves at Wookey Hole are a scenic 20 mile drive from Bath. Next to the beautiful Cathedral city of ... [more]
Fitzpatrick's is a retro and vintage collector's dream, wrapped up in a bar/ restaurant that serves hearty, traditional ... [more]
There are currently 98 (yes, NINETY-EIGHT!) lounges in the UK, and more and more are opening all of the time. Ev... [more]
The Zen Hussies graced Bath tonight with an incredible gig at The Bell, on Bath's Walcot Street. Wisely described b... [more]
In the words of wise and owlish Jay at The Owlery, 'you could go to a restaurant, or spend the same money here a... [more]
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