Wendy Reynolds has been training to be a Yoga teacher at Devon School of yoga in Exeter and is coming to the end of her course. As part of her teacher training, she has to have some practical teaching experience so she took a leap of faith and set up a yoga studio in her garden.
Yesterday I had a chocolate lunch with Lauren from Eating Exeter at Chococo Exeter. Manager Bob told us all about how they ethically & responsibly source the chocolate. And gave us a bit of a taster session. The chocolate & the hot chocolate was lovely, it’s made from whole chocolate not powder so it’s isn’t…
This month I was asked to trial the Princesshay Gift card by going on a free shopping trip! After much deliberation, my answer was of course yes – who doesn’t love a shopping spree?
Recently I blogged about what a rubbish runner I am, after posting it, I received lots of positive tweets and Facebook messages, this spurred me on to get running again. And when I did, I remembered how much I liked it. So I want to start this blog by thanking everyone for the positivity! This morning I started…
Mark Hall, the Group Operations Director explained that they had chosen Exeter for their first restaurant outside of London for its “vibrancy.. because it’s growing and thriving and because it is an amazing city”
Exeter is a beautiful place to live, not only is the city seeped in history, it is also surrounded but natural beauty. I heard someone describe Exeter as a country city recently and I thought that was a pretty spot on description, it’s the best of both worlds.
Otterton Village is a small quaint village of lovely period cottages about half a mile from Ladram Bay. On the edge of the village, nestled alongside the River Otter is Otterton Mill.
I often find myself standing in the kitchen staring at the family planner counting down the days like an advent calendar. Willing those lovely LONG holidays to end so that I can get some normality back into my life.
It is very easy to see why people chose to go to Ladram Bay every summer, with the views, the small picturesque private beach and all of the activities it’s the perfect British holiday break.
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”
We had a great day out at West Town Farm last week and I created this little picture diary to show you guys some of the highlights..
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.