Tuesday 22nd September was the Autumn Equinox – where the day and night were of equal length and therefore, marked the first day of Autumn. In this blog post we’re highlighting our top Autumnal picks for the new season!
We knit with a variety of yarn in the workshop, ranging from lambswool and merino, to acrylic and Shetland grade wool. As it’s Shetland Wool Week, we’re taking a closer look at the yarn produced by the hardy wee sheep from the Shetland Islands of Scotland.
Burns Night is held on 25th January to celebrate the life and work of Scottish literary figure, Robert Burns. A Scottish tradition which dates back to 1801. In this blog post we take a look at what exactly goes on at Burns Supper!
Grab your hat and coat, we’re going for a walk! In this blog post, we’ve compiled our pick of beaches up and down the eastern coast from Northumbria to Edinburgh. Nothing beats a walk with a bit of sea air!
With the school’s broken up and Summer in full swing, you may find yourself at a loose end. Don’t worry! We’ve put together a list of activities the whole family can get involved with over the Summer months.