Heaven Farm Bluebell Walk

If you follow me on Instagram (@Photalife) you'll have noticed that I have posted a fair few bluebell photos plus I also wrote a blog post the other day with some tips on taking bluebell photos

The reason for the mass of bluebells is that last weekend we visited a local place called Heaven Farm. It's a hidden gem that even local people don't know about. It's a wooden area with the most amazing bluebells, I've never seen so many. 


Before we enjoyed the walk we stopped off for a little cup of tea and cake in the small cafe to fuel us for the walk. Even though the weather wasn't perfect it didn't put us off and meant it wan't too busy. 

So here in full is the photos that I took during the walk, sorry for being so photo heavy. 


The whole place was full of beautiful untouched bluebells. It might just be me but there seems to be a lot more of them around the countryside this year compared to last...or may be it's just me searching them out. 

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

Our Day Out at Sheffield Park

Bank Holiday seems like ages ago but it was only last week...the week's weather was rubbish except for the Monday so we decided that that was the day for us to head out to a new National Trust place. The one we visited this time was one that is only 10 minutes down the road but a place we'd never visited before...Sheffield Park. 

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Aly's First Football Training

Aly loves everything, well pretty much everything...she’s not a fan of insects, sweets, fizzy drinks and Mia being upset. Ok it’s quite a random list but generally if it’s good for her she likes it fruit, vegetables and fresh air are all good in her books.

Part of this is her also enjoying sports from riding her bike to swimming but this past weekend she started a new sport...football.

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This of course has pleased me no end. She seemed to be the one who suggested it and she went along with one of her friends and Mummy went along too. I shall be going next weekend to see if I need to inform the National coaches that we have a new star on our hands.

This was her first time going but she joined in with everything and came back saying she loved it and really really enjoyed it. When she was home she found her Christmas list to Santa and added football tops, football shoes and football shorts to it. All this is ok unless she asked for a Man Utd shirt.

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She told me all about it and said she almost scored a goal, so she’s looking forward to next week even if her legs did ache a little on Monday morning.