Reviewing My Childhood Seaside Holidays In The 60's. - The UK And Abroad
It's been a busy week, but most of it taken up with writing and usual tasks. I don’t know why, but last night I was thinking about my seaside holidays when I was a child!
By Jan Rosser | 17 Jun 2019
My Review Of Osborne House On The Isle Of Wight
Our summer holiday at the Isle of Wight was completed with a day at Osborne House.
By Beverley Ann Hopper | 18 Aug 2019
Readers Reviews Of The String Games By Gail Aldwin
The String Games by Gail Aldwin is published by Victoriana Press. Three copies have been donated and I now include two of the reviews.
By Jan Rosser | 28 Aug 2019
Visiting Hythe And Surrounding Areas In Kent
On July 2nd 2018, Derek and I spent a few days in Hythe, Kent. I have not been to this area of Great Britain before, so was looking forward to seeing new territory!
By Jan Rosser | 12 Jul 2018
My Review of Anne Allen’s The Inheritance
I really enjoy books based on events from history so top marks to The Inheritance, Anne Allen’s seventh book in the Guernsey novel series, a fictional account of Victor Hugo’s exile from France which is set in my favourite Channel Island.
By Marilyn Chapman | 10 May 2019
Spending A Few Days Away In Somerset
I have recently been to Minehead in Somerset for a few days as a birthday treat. Lots of photos were taken, so do take a look!
By Jan Rosser | 10 Mar 2019
A Birthday Treat Visit To Llangrannog!
Where would you like to go for your birthday said Derek? Somewhere I’ve not been to before was my reply. So……
By Jan Rosser | 07 Mar 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 4
After dinner and a good nights rest, Queenie and Quentin decided on a walk down by the harbour to see what was going on in Cairns
By Adrienne Laverick | 22 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 2
After a good nights sleep, it was up, breakfast and out.
By Adrienne Laverick | 16 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 6
It was an early start to be at Cairns airport for another 3 hour flight, this time to Sydney.
By Adrienne Laverick | 29 Apr 2020
Arts and Crafts
How About A Fabulous Unusual Gift? My Seaside Prints Fits The Bill!
My Seaside Prints provides personalised A4 prints for all occasions. There are many different designs to choose from and all of them can be adjusted by adding any text you like and the colours can be changed too.
By Alison Kirkham | 28 Jul 2018
Public Loos In The UK - Are They Up To The Standard You Should Expect And Can You Nominate One For An Award?
You are out shopping, on a day trip, travelling on Public transport, at an airport, a station, a service station etc etc and you need the loo.
By Jan Rosser | 09 Aug 2018
Readers Reviews Of The Ferryman's Daughter By Juliet Greenwood
I am delighted to share readers reviews of The Ferryman's Daughter by Juliet Greenwood.
By Jan Rosser | 29 Jul 2020
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