Our break in Corfu

By Emily Bickers

On Thursday 11 April Jake, Jake’s family and I set off for a week in Corfu for Jake’s Dad’s 60th birthday. With a total of nine people in tow we were good to go.

We were due to arrive at our accommodation later on that evening so it was going to be a long day. We arrived at about 10pm that night and I wont lie, I was freezing. Where can I get a cup of tea. Continue reading

A trip to the zoo

By Jaimie-Paige Tucker

When school holidays come around, the question is always: “What do we do to fill the time?” And in half term, we decided to take my siblings to London Zoo.

It’s been several years since I’d been to a zoo, let alone London Zo,  but it was not a disappointment. The Zoo is the perfect place for all ages: there are so many different areas and activities for everyone. Continue reading

A week in the Canaries

By Sarah Dickson

Over Easter I stayed in my grandparents’ house in Fuerteventura. Over six days, as well as sun bathing – obviously (although it doesn’t look like it now) – I did a lot of exploring of the island.

On the first day I walked up what is known as Chipmunk Hill in Caleta De Fuste, which was a very long walk but so worth it, the views were amazing. Continue reading

A hidden treasure in Lincolnshire

Eleanor Fox visits Kinema in the Woods in Woodhall Spa

Grandparents will remember how the cinema used to be. It was such a treat! Boys would dress up in their finest suits and slick their hair back with bryl cream whilst the ladies would carefully pick out their prettiest petticoats and squeeze into their most exquisite heels. Continue reading