“We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche Dancing.. People love to dance. Our little girl dances to any and every beat she hears – she dances in the doorways of shops that play music, she bops in front of the buskers on Exeter High…
Woman (late 30s) walks into a vintage store with her family.
As kids are running rampage, woman bops along to Do you really like it? Not because she really likes it, but because it takes her back.
Feeling like I’d stepped into a Bronte novel, I sat down and got wrapped up in the incredible beauty of the moors in springtime, listened to the birds and admired the beautiful twisted trees.
On 22nd May at Exeter Phoenix, BFLF return with a TECHNO and STEAMPUNK themed event. If you haven’t heard of it, Big Fish Little Fish is a family rave – in the words of the organiser – it’s “a creative and exciting music and dance party for the post-rave generation of parents and kids”.
Teignmouth is a great place to spend a day playing. Between the parks, the pier, the beach and the town there’s plenty to keep the kids entertained.
Despite the bitter wind and sporadic rain, the town was full of visitors for the annual Lyme Regis Fossil Festival. The festival itself is in it’s 11th year and “seeks to enthuse young people about science, earth sciences in particular.”