Casualties from the mud were evident every corner you turned, creating wellington graveyards throughout the fields. But luckily my RHS Hunters survived the impact.
Seeing as festival season is now in full swing and some of us are clinging onto the distant memories of Glastonbury, I’ve got two last posts to share with you. Before you wash away all that adrenaline like you have the mud get pumped for the next ticket release in October and just keep scrolling.
Luckily we woke the next morning to blue skies and the sun was out, as were the guns. Washed our hair with bottles of water, slathered on some make-up to hide the sunburns from living out in the wilderness and trotted on out.
Is anyone else in shock mode that we are in the sixth month of the year? Yes – half way through! [read more]
Morning meetings definitely are the best way to start a working day. I love beginning the day surrounded by inspiring interiors whilst nibbling on warm croissants and freshly squeezed juice.
As you’ve probably noticed from my previous posts Bath really stole my heart, and one of the main reasons was the unbelievably stunning architecture. The town has a magical feel with its rich heritage and stunning streets.
First up let me guide you through the rest of my Bath trip, it’s been a bit of a crazy few weeks hence the delay, but hopefully this post will be worth the wait…