Wings & Scales: A Trip to Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World

The festive season is over, we are in that January lull of bad weather, and long nights… so, it is about the right time to add a splash of colour into our life… “Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World is the world’s longest running butterfly house and one of Scotland’s favourite tourist and educational attractions. We…

The Giant Lanterns of China at Edinburgh Zoo: Lost Worlds

“Be transported back to a time where roar-some, weird and wonderful creatures roamed the Earth. Discover 570 million years of wildlife, from when the origins of life appeared as a dazzling array of tiny microbes, to a world where dinosaurs were born and the ice age gave way to the forgotten giants of the animal…

Jewellery & Animals: A Trip to Hellabrunn Zoo

The natural beauty was breathtaking, and the habitats for the animals were better than anywhere I have visited before. I was so so impressed. If you are in the Munich area, Hellabrunn Zoo is a must visit destination.

The Giant Lanterns of China at Edinburgh Zoo: Myths & Legends

There was a great atmosphere of excitement, and merriment as we made our way round the zoo, and it was wonderful to see the public engaging in animal conservation stories through the beauty of the lanterns, as well as the fascinating faerytales behind the more fantastical creatures… “The Giant Lanterns of China return to Edinburgh…

I Am A Happy Fluffy Jellyfish: A trip to SEA LIFE London Aquarium

My favourite exhibit was the jellyfish… obviously! There were a lot of species on display, more than I had ever seen before, and with the use of colour-changing lights they looked even more beguiling. I wandered around in these rooms for so long even Stuart was starting to get bored!!

Valentine’s & Self-Care: A trip to The Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Akin to all animal parks, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park plays an important role in conservation by breeding animals at risk of extinction in the wild. They work with other animal centres to generate, and maintain, healthy populations of endangered species. Through education with the centre, and events organised by the park, they are a great resource for raising awareness of the threats to endangered species and the environments they live in.

Magical Lanterns at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens

“The Magical Lantern Festival Birmingham is back due to exceptional demand with all new lanterns for 2018! This year’s Christmas themed Lantern Festival will illuminate the gardens turning it into a spectacular fusion of dual culture, vibrant colours and artistic sculptures. Prepare to enter a magical experience and discover life-sized and large-than-life lanterns in all…

A Historic Natural Space: The Nottingham Arboretum

Today I want to tell you all about our blissful adventure to the Nottingham Arboretum… “A historic, beautifully maintained park that is home to an important collection of over 800 trees, some of which are from the original collection planted in the 19th century, award winning Nottingham Arboretum is Nottingham’s oldest public park and the closest park…

Clucks and Moos: Sheldon Country Farm

Today’s adventure was a visit to the adorable little Sheldon Country Farm. The Old Rectory farm is an old dairy farm that dates back to the 17th century, and is now open to the public as a wonderful afternoon out. We met a variety of lovely animals on our wander around the farm, including chickens,…

Conventions: The National Pet Show 2018

This past weekend we had an adventure at The National Pet Show 2018 at the NEC Birmingham… it was fantastic! The National Pet Show celebrates pets, and aims to bring together animal lovers, and owners to show off their pets, and provide educational resources into the various animals we can share our homes with. The…