The fifth annual WAY Big Picnic, with a celebration of WAY’s 21st birthday
Having gone to Dover last year we found we missed our trip to Hastings that much we just had to return this year. So it was that Heather & I found ourselves negotiating the trains to the south coast rain. Continue reading
An overnight break in the once coastal town of Rye, with pretty buildings, a lovely pub and a castle Continue reading
Recently a member of WAY organised a trip to Bletchley Park, base of the World War 2 code breakers—probably best known in the public conscious as “the place Alan Turing built a computer to break the German Enigma”, almost none of which is true. A whole bunch of us turned Continue reading …
After and a we continued what Heather has decided to call the Winter of Lights with an after work trip to some Canary Wharf Winter Lights.
The return of Lumiere London to the streets, just in time for my birthday. Continue reading
It’s Heather’s birthday this week and so, having the delights of Mog on the Tyne in Newcastle, for her birthday treat we headed to a London equivalent, the grandly named Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium.
Following on from it was English Heritage’s turn to get in on the act, as Heather and I took her Mum, Gemma, Doug, Esther, and of course Evie to see the gardens of Eltham Palace transformed into an enchanted world.
A trip to Newcastle and Gateshead to see a bear in some windows, some magical park lights, and some surrealist pictures Continue reading
Time for some more live music, with Queens of the Stone Age at Wembley Arena. The riffs were as heavy and subtle as expected but it was the lighting which made the gig. Complete with strange bouncy light poles on the stage (looking like something form ) the illumination was Continue reading …