Monthly Archives: August 2014

Bekonscot – Playing at being giants for a day

On Wednesday last week we took a trip to one of my favourite places, Bekonscot Model Village. Constructed by London Accountant, Roland Callingham in the late 1920s after his wife suggested that either the indoor model railway went or she … Continue reading

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Don’t you just love geocaching in Summer!

You would think that summer is the best time of year to go geocaching, but in nearly every respect you would be utterly wrong. Don’t misunderstand me, there are lots of positives about searching for tupperware in the summer months, … Continue reading

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Getting Knotty with CaptainJack

The school holidays are here and that means six weeks of a “bored” 10 year old to deal with. Well we have put our thinking caps on and feel that we are prepared to tackle the boredom head on this … Continue reading

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