Last summer we spent a good few days down at Folkestone Harbour Arm which I posted about here. It's a really fantastic regeneration project which is still ongoing, but during the summer months (March to October) pop up restaurants and bars open on the harbour arm and the place is alive with live music and djs. … Continue reading Free pizza?! Family fun at Folkestone Harbour Arm
You know when you've lived somewhere for a long time and think you know the good places to go and all that shenanigans... And then you discover somewhere new which takes your breath away? That was my Saturday. Half term was busy with lots of friends visiting which was lovely, but on Saturday I fancied … Continue reading Discovering somewhere new on your doorstep… Well. Almost.
Much like Folkestone which I posted about here, Margate is undergoing a bit of a revival at the moment. It's been slowly building for a while with the arrival of the Turner Contemporary and more recently the regeneration and reopening of Dreamland. I've been to Margate twice recently, keen to see what's changed for myself. I remember visiting as a child … Continue reading Breathing life back into Margate
Folkestone Harbour Arm regeneration and restoration is a massive success story. It's still in its early development but is becoming a really great family destination, full of pop up bars, eateries and live music and events (http://folkestoneharbourarm.co.uk/outlets) We have ventured down to Folkestone a few times now since moving back, but mainly just to the harbour … Continue reading Harbour Arm regeneration (and lots of foooooood!)
We don't do presents for birthdays in our house. The children have all that they need and members of the wider family can always be relied upon to take care of the "wants". Instead, we do days out or experiences which normally we can ill afford (aren't says out with kids astronomical?!) and create memories. … Continue reading Gl/camping with little ones
I grew up living by the sea and although we didn't spend long days there as children, it was a constant throughout my childhood. Except I didn't realise it. Subconsciously I had spent a lot of time by the sea, I had passed it every day, but I didn't know any different. It was just … Continue reading “If you’re lucky enough to live by the sea, you’re lucky enough.” Deal beach