Getting our sweat on at The Bear Trail in Cullompton

Ben is ex army (Rifles to be precise) and his vision was to “to provide children with a space to invent play and be tested so they work together and push their boundaries.. challenge themselves mentally and physically, get wet, run and climb around in muddy fields and experience an element of risk which reflects life”

Pizza making & lunch at Base + Barley, Exeter

At Base + Barley all day, every day except Monday, kids eat three courses for £1 when purchasing any adult main from the main menu! It’s a total bargain and we will definitely head back again sometime soon.

Frolicking in the wild flowers at lovely Goren Festival, Devon

This year we bought ourselves a V Dub Transporter and planned lots of little trips for the summer. The first festival we went to was Goren Festival in Stockland, Honiton. Goren is a new festival. It began as an event by the local school PTA and this year, was the first year the organisers opened it up…

Tapas and Gin porn at FORN in Exeter

Forn has a fab gin menu that I’m planning on going back to work my way through at a later date. I ordered the saffron gin to taste and it didn’t disappoint.

Americana in Exeter at Tony’s on Fore Street.

If you are a fan of American sweets (or just sweets in general) this is the place for you. From Twinkies to Fluff, Tony (his name really is Tony) imports it all from the States and has the biggest selection of American candy on sale in the city.

Moving House? Here’s some tips on making packing fun..

Moving.  Apparently it’s one of the most stressful things in life (after divorce and bereavement). As you know, we moved very recently and I can confirm that it is pretty shit.  With this in mind I have put together some handy tips to help you make packing to move home more fun: Party like a rockstar and hold…