We visited Birling Gap on Saturday morning for a blast of fresh air and to walk off a great pub lunch at The Tiger Inn: For thousands of years, the Seven Sisters has played an important part during Neolithic times, the Iron Age and as a defence system during the Second World War. More on the history … More Birling Gap and Battle bonfire night
Part 2: I’ve got to know Suffolk a bit better and traded in my car for a new set of badass country wheels. … More The hotspots in East and Coastal Suffolk. Part 2
East and Coastal Suffolk encompasses the area around Southwold, almost on the Norfolk border (Alan Partridge territory).
It’s fun having a new area to explore and here are my top spots for tourists (like me) and culture vultures to visit: … More The hotspots in East and Coastal Suffolk. Part 1
Being a Wiltshire girl, it’s probably about time I went to the county Game & Country Fair held in the grounds of Bowood House. … More Wiltshire Game & Country Fair
I was lucky to catch Jayne at Blenheim HT for a glimpse behind the scenes of Tom Lane. … More Interview with Tom Lane
For my country excursion this weekend, I went to Blenheim Horse Trials in Oxfordshire. When we arrived it was raining like an absolute monsoon. Luckily we hadn’t been very organised getting ready in the morning (no change there!) as everyone… … More Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials
My lovely friend Kelly is a keen player at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club. On a sunny Saturday in July we visited the club for a charity match supporting Sebastian’s Action Trust. … More Mayor’s Championship Polo
Durdle Door in Dorset is 100% gorge. And if you don’t believe me, it even has 4.5* on TripAdvisor! … More Durdle Door
Earlier this year I made the rogue decision to book a last minute bootcamp at Hillmotts in the Cotswolds. I’d done it before in 2012 and completely forgotten the absolute agony of intense workouts and no chocolate for 2.5 days. NOT FUN. … More To bootcamp or not to bootcamp?
Trip to Cornwall in May 2016. … More Cornwall ’16