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Things to do during self-isolation

What can we do to amuse ourselves while we self-quarantine? Some people are lucky enough to be able to work remotely while many, can’t. The novelty of not going to work usually wears away after a couple of days to a week. Especially after you’ve tackled all the chores that were forever on your list…

Woodford Christmas Market 2019

I am organising the Christmas Craft Market again this year, it will be at the Memorial Hall and will have 30 selected makers. It’s a great time to shop for gifts, some of our local makers will custom make items too. If you are a maker and would like to join, the application form is…

Woodford Craft Market

Woodford Craft Market is first and foremost to help raise funds for the church and the hall. They need it to maintain and repair these places so it is available for the local community to use.

Epping-Ongar Railway experience

The Epping-Ongar Railway was an interesting experience. The steam and diesel locomotives, the heritage buses and the enthusiastic volunteers makes it a great day out and a brief glimpse of what it’s like 50 years ago. This extension was built 150 years ago, and later became the eastern terminus of the Central Line. After the…

Day at the beach

Duka Bay is a gorgeous resort with fine white sand and clear water. It’s a bit of a drive from the city of Cagayan de Oro, but there are accommodations on offer on the main resort for long distance travellers who want to enjoy this paradise. Here’s a short video of us frolicking.

Philippines Holiday

We went to the Philippines last Christmas and it was fun! Took a while to share the pictures but here they are 🙂 Taken by phone & camera… So our itinerary includes visiting local spots, spending time with family trying out food.  Looking forward to next trip 🙂    

Fairlop High Ropes

So, school trips is at it again. Showing me new places to take my children for some activities locally. This is Fairlop High Ropes, it is located in Barkingside in the Fairlop Waters area. These are about 10 meters tall and aimed for children and adult alike who aren’t afraid of heights. M2’s class went there…

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