Here’s a very simple, if strangely colourful, photograph. I describe it as an Atlantic sunset and I took it on our recent family holiday in Portugal. We were staying in a place that had a terrace with a view looking directly west. When the sun set it offered some amazing views and shortly after the
“Look at me daddy,” said my youngest daughter Izzy. She then grabbed the cord in front of her and jumped, gently abseiling to the ground, about 20 metres below. This was my introduction to the new Clip ‘n Climb climbing zone at Jump In, Enfield.
The Cotswolds have a reputation for being quiet and quaint. Having grown up in the area, I’d have to agree the Cotswolds can be quiet and they’re certainly very quaint and charming but under the surface there is potential to organise many wild days out that will appeal to the entire family.
Hever Castle in Kent is the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, the woman who stole the heart of King Henry VIII, but who was beheaded for unconvincing reasons a few years later. It’s a wonderful family attraction and Mrs Adams, Helen, Izzy and I used to visit all the time.