I practice yoga regularly, it’s good for the body and the mind. Last weekend I thought I would take my practice to the next level and try stand up paddle board yoga or SUP Yoga as it is generally referred as.
We are so lucky to have so much history on our doorstep in Kent and I spent a lovely afternoon out with my mum this week when I took her to Chartwell, a country house near Westerham. Chartwell was Winston Churchill’s home for over forty years and
Slightly biased here but Deal is beautiful in the early morning sunshine. I cycled along the seafront yesterday before too many people were about, just the regular dog walkers and joggers achieving their goal before the heat of the day.
It is that time of year again, well slightly later in Kent this year because of the recent spring snow! The bluebell flowers are appearing and many magazines are promoting gorgeous bluebell woods on their covers.
The Seven Wonders of the Weald are a collection of some of Kent’s Finest attractions. After a day exploring one of these, why not indulge in a delicious cream tea? And what’s more, there is a Seven Wonders Annual Pass which you
I came across this park by chance whilst walking over the bridge as I made my way into town and what a find! The park is one of the oldest in Tunbridge Wells and dates back to the 1800’s. The park still contains some beautiful historic features