Meet Santa and his Antarctic creatures at The National Sea Life Centre this Christmas

Visitors to the National Sea Life Centre Birmingham are invited to meet Santa in his Antarctic Grotto from the 25th November to 23rd December 2017. All admission tickets to the popular city centre attraction include the chance to meet Santa stationed with his North Pole neighbours – the Gentoo Penguins – in the Chilly Ice Continue reading →

Spooky Seas at the National Sealife Centre Birmingham

Families are invited to a special spook–tacular half term event at National Sea Life Centre Birmingham from 14th to 31st October. The Spooky Seas event will provide half term fun for all the family as the centre’s fascinating creatures keep your little ones intrigued and entertained for hours. Feast your eyes on the attraction’s jellyfish Continue reading →

A Woodland Walk

This year Mr M&TTT had to work on Easter Sunday, but was off on Easter Monday. The kids were all hyped up on Easter treats and I wasn’t feeling quite at my best, having come down with a really nasty cough and cold. The weather seemed quite good so we decided to take the Tiny 3 Continue reading →

Sea Stars at The National Sealife Centre

   Last weekend we visited the national Sealife Centre in Birmingham to see their new star attraction Sea Stars where you can get up close and personal with an eye catching array of star fish from around the globe. The species on show include Brittle Star, Chocolate Knobbed, Common Starfish, Red Knobbed and Sun-Star, which can Continue reading →

Lollibop 2014 – Hatfield House

A few weeks ago now I started religiously entering any competition i could find to try to win tickets to Lollibop 2014,I think I would have ending up buying tickets anyway had I not won a family pass with The Boy and Me. I had read loads of reviews about it over the last couple of years Continue reading →

BBC Good food show and Gardeners world live – review

Very early Friday morning I boarded a train to Birmingham International Station, heading for the NEC and the BBC Gardeners world and Good Food Shows I had never been to a BBC Good Food Show or BBC Gardeners World Live show before, so I didn’t really know what to expect, except that I knew James Continue reading →