Fenwick's window 2019 Charlie & The Chocolate Factory

Fenwick’s Window 2019 – Charlie & The Chocolate Factory

Fenwick’s window 2019 is Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, the much loved children’s story by Roald Dhal, and illustrator Quentin Blake. Like every year, the window unveiling marks the start of the festivities in the North East, and for this year the Northumberland Street windows tell the tale of Charlie Bucket and his adventure to Willy Wonka’s chocolate fa[...]

October 2019 round up

October 2019 Monthly Round Up

I don't know about you but I really love the month of October. I still felt pretty summery in September with a late summer holiday, but there's been no ignoring the Autumn leaves, a very distinct chill in the air, and all the knitwear making it's way back into my wardrobe the last few weeks. read more[...]

Mindfulness & Wellbeing at Seaham Hall

A Wellbeing & Mindfulness evening at Seaham Hall

My invite for an evening at Seaham Hall's Serenity Spa last week came at just the right time, after I had an intense week of work travel, what was left of a cold, and a pretty manic week both at work and waiting to find out if we got the flat we found. I’d never been to Seaham Hall before, but their evening of well-being and mindfulness sounded like the perfect ant[...]

September 2019 monthly round up

September 2019 Monthly Round Up

September has without a doubt been my most favourite month of 2019 so far, and as much as I love Christmas, I’m pretty sure even December won’t beat it. While everyone was celebrating the return of pumpkin spice in Starbucks on the 1st September, I was carefully packing my packing cubes for our trip to Italy. Big fan of packing cubes now by the way, I’m convert[...]

City Living at The Forge Luxury Apartments, Newcastle

City Living at The Forge Apartments, Newcastle

'Superenting', is the term the team at The Forge luxury apartment complex in Newcastle claim their service to be, and after spending part of the weekend there last week I'd have to agree. City centre living in Newcastle isn't something I've ever done myself, the closest I got was Gosforth for a few years when I came home from uni, and truth be told I really wish I'd[...]