• My Own Back Yard

    The Sculpture Garden

    In the middle of the Surrey countryside, the Sculpture Park is made up of acres of woodland trails, carefully crafted to create the perfect showgrounds for hundreds of sparkling examples of local sculpture. Founded on one man’s dream. this stunning landscape has gradually shaped into a green oasis combining art and the outdoors into one tranquil experience. Step onto a trail and enjoy discovering the work of over 150 independent sculptors. The forest feel really works. The sun glittering through the trees transporting you into your own secret garden, with the hushed sound of water trickling in the background from the dreamy streams and ponds. Almost all exhibitis are for…

  • My Own Back Yard

    Lulworth Cove & Durdle Door

    On the east side of the Jurassic coastline sit the sleepy village of Lulworth. Known for its famous fossil beaches, this seaside hideaway is also home to Lulworth Cove and its adjoining neighbour, Durdle Door. The sloping cliff sides and beach pools make the area a popular destination for tourists, holiday makers and the odd person passing through, like myself. As an easy walker and in need of a little chill time, I decided to throw my plan book for the day out of the window and find out why Lulworth is one of those talked about places. Durdle Door – one of the most well-known landmarks along the Jurassic…

  • My Own Back Yard


    Rye is one of those little seaside towns that holiday-makers flock to for Summer trips just like the golden ones of days gone by. A pretty port town sitting atop of steep cliffs, Rye offers mystery, history and outdoor activities for everyone along along with a vintage charm. 2 hours – With dark past of smugglers merchants and pirates, Rye’s history draws in the smallest of visitors with its tall tales of secret hideouts and war-time victories. Our first stop was to the Heritage centre where the included model centre and The Story of Rye exhibition taught us more. Hungry for both food and eager to find out more we…

  • Rochester castle
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    The UK is well known for its quaint British olde-worlde villages connecting us with the history of periods past. Rochester is one of those towns where from the moment you arrive, you feel transformed in time and immersed in a world of stories past, explored through the City attractions and streets. Exploring the City on foot is not a problem as the main points of interest are conveniently located in the centre, making this a perfect day destination. Come with us as we show you how to make the most of a short stop, afternoon or day out in this wonderful British city. 2 Hours – Stroll down the High…

  • The village of Cheddar
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    Cheddar Gorge

    In the heart of the Mendip Hills lies a small town by the name of Cheddar. Famous for its namesake cheese and beautiful scenery, this charming town is surrounded by its most popular attraction, Cheddar Gorge. This vast multi-attraction is a favourite with tourists of all ages, delighting adventurers and sightseers alike. Take a look at our guides below on how to make the most of your time on your visit to Cheddar and ensure you see the best this stunning location has to offer. 2 Hours – Time is of the essence on a quick stop, but you can still see some great sights so let’s get going! A…