Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes, tea

Cakeaway Afternoon Tea – The Assembly House Norwich

You’ll know by now that I’m quite the regular at The Assembly House Norwich. Their afternoon tea being one of my highlights of the season. You’ll also know I’m not quite ready to get back to my escapades just yet. Although The Assembly House reopened back in July and those stunning Instagram shots were extremely… Continue reading Cakeaway Afternoon Tea – The Assembly House Norwich

Festivals and Gigs, Musings, Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes, Suffolk

Praise You Like I Should

People tell me good access should be a given, that places/businesses/people shouldn’t be praised for letting me in their building, a ramp shouldn’t mean a gold star. I agree. Access should just be a thing that happens. Not a topic of discussion, a cause for complaint or reward. Everyone should be able to experience everything.… Continue reading Praise You Like I Should

Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes, tea

Alice In Wonderland – Afternoon Tea Week

I’m sitting here with my cat in a bit of a blur, me that is, not the cat. The cat isn’t from Cheshire but I do feel like I’ve been down a rabbit hole, that could be the sugar slump though. It’s afternoon tea week and I’ve been to another afternoon tea at The Assembly… Continue reading Alice In Wonderland – Afternoon Tea Week

Festivals and Gigs, Norfolk

Pickles, Bugs and Turkish Delight – Peter Beales Rose Gardens

Why is it we travel miles to visit places but never take advantage of what’s on our doorstep? Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t think it is. We talk about beautiful views when on holiday, there are plenty right around us though. It was due to be a sunny Saturday (it wasn’t all that… Continue reading Pickles, Bugs and Turkish Delight – Peter Beales Rose Gardens

Festivals and Gigs, Norfolk

Circus Of Horrors Psycho Asylum

We’ve all seen The Greatest Showman haven’t we? The musical movie sensation that brought circus back and made us realise Zak Efron is in fact a man. A grown up one, no longer singing at the most inappropriate times, in school. I have a vague memory of going to the circus as a child, I… Continue reading Circus Of Horrors Psycho Asylum

Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes

The Bucket List – Norwich

I’m not much of a chip fan really. I know I wrote about these chips. And this post is inspired by a bucket of chips, but really it’s my least favourite form of potato. It’s the stuff with them that interests me. I say a bucket of chips because this post isn’t about my bucket… Continue reading The Bucket List – Norwich

Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes, tea

The Barnham Broom Afternoon Tea Experience

It’s been a while since we’ve chatted about afternoon tea, but I already have my fourth one of the year in it’s planning stages! I had a new afternoon tea discovery last month, I don’t know how the place had passed me by until now. But you know, it’s the places that are near you… Continue reading The Barnham Broom Afternoon Tea Experience

Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes

A Cheesy Lifestyle – Marmalades Royal Arcade Norwich

You probably already know, I love cheese. Grated, melted, deep fried, mature, soft, blue, coated, spread, sliced, on a burger, with pasta, on toast. I love all the cheese. I don’t know how I’ve been blogging for almost three years yet I still haven’t spoken about the magical cheese on toast served at one of… Continue reading A Cheesy Lifestyle – Marmalades Royal Arcade Norwich

Musings, Norfolk

Compostable, Biodegradable, Favourite – Cinema City Norwich

Yesterday I went to my favourite cinema, to see The Favourite. A marmite of a film maybe, but then I love marmite. The costume, the crassness, the Colman, this cynical comedy had many c words. It wasn’t a crying with laughter film, but more of a snort along. Studying textiles, history and architecture at Art… Continue reading Compostable, Biodegradable, Favourite – Cinema City Norwich

Musings, Norfolk, Shopping

Christmas Cheese, Chums and Norwich Cathedral

So last December I attempted Blogmas, this year I haven’t a written thing. Sometimes you’re too busy doing life to write about it. But that can be a good thing. December came quickly and has progressed even quicker. The festivities officially began. I’m all for Christmas but it has its time. December, not November. Although… Continue reading Christmas Cheese, Chums and Norwich Cathedral