What’s On Around Perivale?

Autumn is a busy time around here, with plenty of free activities to take part in! Why not explore our beautiful local area over the next couple of weekends? Here's a quick post with some ideas about what's going on... Perivale End Of Summer Parade and Fayre This annual celebration takes place on the park… Continue reading What’s On Around Perivale?

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London’s Free Family Days Out: Canalway Cavalcade In Little Venice

It's always worth searching listing sites and local Facebook groups for free days out on Bank Holidays. They are a brilliant source of free days out - London seems to have a free festival or concert every weekend - and we attended Canalway Cavalcade in Little Venice, a really brilliant one, on Bank Holiday Monday.… Continue reading London’s Free Family Days Out: Canalway Cavalcade In Little Venice

Three Things To Look Forward To In Ealing This Weekend

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Hello Monday, and hello spring! It looks like the weather is finally improving, so here are my three suggestions for the upcoming weekend in Ealing...   We Love Cheese! Festival Well I love cheese, anyway. Ealing's very own festival of cheese returns to Dickens Yard on the 22nd April, 11am-4pm. It's free (apart from cheese… Continue reading Three Things To Look Forward To In Ealing This Weekend

Things To Do Around Ealing for Easter 2018

Family Activities And Things To Do In West London Ealing Easter 2018

Hurrah! It's going to be a white Easter! Erm yeah, seems it could be, heavy sarcasm on the 'hurrah' bit. I thought the Beast From The East was finally gone, but it seems I was wrong. I've washed The Childe's Frozen gloves (Anna on the left hand, Elsa on the right) so many times now… Continue reading Things To Do Around Ealing for Easter 2018

Independence Market: A New Concept In Shopping And Cooking

During our West London bloggers' meet up last week, I was lucky enough to sample some dishes from a new company, Independence Market. This new concept, which lies between an online grocer like Ocado and a food delivery service, offers fresh meal kits to order. Aimed at busy families, where typically different family members eat… Continue reading Independence Market: A New Concept In Shopping And Cooking

Urban Villa & Reunion Bar: An Ideal Base For Visiting Families

Last week I attended an Ealing and Brentford Bloggers' meet-up* and had the opportunity to visit Urban Villa, a superb concept hotel, positioned between Ealing and Brentford just off the M4. Although I live in Ealing so wouldn't stay there myself (well, unless I leap into some more big home improvements as I am wont… Continue reading Urban Villa & Reunion Bar: An Ideal Base For Visiting Families

West London Parks: Horsenden Hill

Ok, so first off I'm not sure if this is really a park, although the local council considers it so and it has three play areas. It's more - well - a hill. Because it's Horsenden Hill. A bit like how Ruislip Lido is a lake. It's more than a park: wilder, older, richer and… Continue reading West London Parks: Horsenden Hill

Sunshine Blogger Award

I was crying over my blog stats the other day in a fug of impatience and denial (I'd neglected it for about a week, actual real life was up in my face all week ... although I do know how to schedule posts so yeah - my fault) when I got a lovely surprise. Chomeuse… Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award

Me Time: The Dodo Micropub Hanwell

If you follow me on Twitter you will have seen some photos on my Saturday afternoon in The Dodo Micropub, Hanwell. Oh yes! I was out, on my own (well, with a friend) drinking beer. For shame! Call the soft focus Facebook quote brigade quickly, they need to strip me of some #realmum and #blessed… Continue reading Me Time: The Dodo Micropub Hanwell

Where to go for coffee in Ealing Broadway.

Ealing Broadway has a host of places to enjoy a cheeky cuppa or up your caffeine. As well as all the usual chains (indeed two of most!) there are a host of small independent shops to choose from. Although it is most economical to bring your own coffee and enjoy it in the wonderfully re… Continue reading Where to go for coffee in Ealing Broadway.