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What to do at Brimham Rocks

Posted by on September 23, 2011
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[Video 3:08] Wet canvas & fiddle players

Posted by on September 15, 2011
Here’s Mansell, a two-year-old who thinks it’s perfectly normal to ask politely of his new neighbour, ‘And what instrument do you play?’ Well, you would, wouldn’t you, if your mum won’t put her banjo down and your dad’s one of the country’s best Bluegrass fiddle players (Richard Partridge). We caught up...
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My favourite bit is the dragon sleeping at the end… Don’t you just love it when they’re asleep?   <br /> <object classid=”clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000″...
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Apart from the rainy season, one of the things I used to look forward to most as a child was arrival of ‘World’ magazine, as National Geographic’s junior publication was then called. It was usually three months late, but I loved it. Even out there at the foot of the Sahara, America managed to get me, with features about out-of-my-world wonders...
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John had great big waterproof boots on

Posted by on September 6, 2011
Every time I come back to AA Milne, I re-discover pure magic. There’s so much in his stories about being outdoors, about a childhood spent in nature, and about how ‘simply being’ is enough. I’ve just read this poem to my six-year old. John had great big waterproof boots on John had a great big waterproof hat John had a great...
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