My week in pictures

I mentioned last week that my friends Emma and Ben were getting married. It was a wonderful day. The weather held, thankfully! It started off at East Budleigh church. East Budleigh is a little village about a half an hours drive from Exeter. It is famous for being the birthplace of the famous explorer SirRead more

The Exploding Bakery

Steve and I popped for a quick pre work catch up this morning at The Exploding Bakery on Queen Street in Exeter. It’s one of my favourite places for coffee and cake in town. It’s situated almost next door to central station so perfect if you are off on a little train journey.. Or likeRead more

My week in pictures

I met up with my sisters on Sunday. You might have read my post ‘Sunday Funday’? We had a lovely lunch at The Hour Glass and then on The Glorious Art House for tea. My sisters took a few photos of us enjoying a chat and a cuppa. I wanted to include them. We hadRead more

Sunday funday

What a lovely Sunday off I have just had. It started with a trip to Exeter Picture House cinema to watch a members free preview of the new film Holmes. Steve and I are members and we quite often go to the previews if I am not working. Sir Ian Mckellen was great as theRead more

Project vino

Last night Steve and I visited a pop up wine shop/wine bar in South Street, Exeter. I had read about it weeks ago but hadn’t found the time to go until now. I am so glad I did! Project vino is the latest pop up venture in Exeter. It’s a great place where you canRead more

My week in pictures

After a long old days teaching last Saturday I was treated to a bite to eat at The Hour Glass pub situated on Melbourne street in St Leonard’s Exeter. It is about a ten minute walk from the city centre and my favourite place to eat in town. It’s a quirky place with lots ofRead more

A date at the museum

Steve and I decided to see what our local museum had to offer, The Royal Albert Memorial Museum now renamed RAMM. We were looking for something a bit different to do on my day off that didn’t require spending lots of money. The museum seemed like a good plan as it is free entry.   Read more