A great place to find Spring flowers in Worcestershire is the Church of St James the Great in the quaint village of Birlingham.
My Mum and I have been trying to visit Batsford Arboretum since I first went two years ago. But due to one reason or another, the trips were postponed. That was, until last weekend. There was no rain and no-one was feeling poorly and thus, we finally made it to the arboretum!
If you read my last post, you’ll see that my boyfriend took me out for a day in Herefordshire for my birthday. And what better way to spend the second part of my birthday weekend? A summer picnic and yet another Murder Mystery Treasure Trail in the Cotswolds with some of my closest friends.
As far as officially photographing a wedding for the first time goes, I have to say, Aimee & Sam’s big day was wonderful! The couple were a delight to photograph and I’m now pleased to share some of my favourites from the day.
April 2018 marked three years that Dave and I have been together and to celebrate, we booked a weekend camping in South Devon.
A catch up with my girlfriends was long overdue, so we decided to rectify that with a day in Gloucester, Gloucestershire.
Winter is finally waving goodbye and spring is popping up to say hello – hurrah! With Spring being my Mum’s favourite season and Snowdrops one of her favourite flowers, we decided to take a trip to see the beautiful display at the Painswick Rococo Gardens, Gloucestershire.
If you’re a follower of my blog, you’ll know that my two friends – Jodie and Nikki – and I meet up regularly for cake dates and catch ups. Every time we do, we talk about getting fitter but never actually do anything about it. Until now… We’ve decided to hike up Mount Snowdon next year!
I believe you can’t get too much of a good thing. Therefore, I tagged along when my family went to see the Bluebells at Tiddesley Wood, despite seeing them in our local patch two weekends before.