10 Fun Things to do in Cornwall

1. Visit a Cider Farm Back in September when we had a small break between lock down's due to the notorious Rona, I  managed to squeeze in a weeks adventure in Cornwall. It was such a lovely week away, almost like the virus was never here. We managed to pack quite a few adventures in during the trip, from those adventures I have picked 10 of my favourites to share with you. We stayed in Perranporth, overlooking the beautiful beach and sea with waves roaring to be surfed on. If you do go to Cornwall, you need to try out these 10 activities; We visited Healeys Cider farm, here you can experience the whole process of how traditional Cornish cider is made from how it was made in the beginning to now. You have the opportunity to taste a range of ciders and also more recently, jams made on the farm. The cider farm is also home to a range of farm animals, great for the kids. What is also amazing about Healeys is once you pay for entry which is reasonably priced, you can return

My Favourite Derbyshire Village - Castleton

Castleton, my favourite village in the peak, it is so beautifully picturesque and there is so much to see and do.  Here are my top 5 favourite things to do in Castleton.  1. See the view from Mam Tor  Also known as the shivering mountain, Mam Tor stands out amongst other peaks due to its unique crumbling face. There are several routes to the top. You can either park in Castleton Village and take a long hike up, or park at Mam Tor National car park (S33 8WA) for a shorter stroll to the top.  2. Trek Over Caverns at Cave Dale  As you make your way through the rocky opening, you are actually walking over underground caves (peak cavern).  You also get a great rear view of Pevril Castle from the farside of Cave Dale.  3. Driving through Winnats Pass  One of the UK's most scenic roads. Road trip anyone?  Pull up and climb to the tops for the best view of Winnats Pass from above. 4. Exploring the Caverns  Castleton is home to several caverns

Top 5 hidden Gems in the Peak District

1. Lumsdale Valley  Set just outside the town of Matlock lies the wonderful valley of Lumsdale. Park in the town center and walk to the falls. At Lumsdale, you will come across a ray of waterfalls in stages as you make your way up through the mill ruins. As you reach the top you will find a pond, the main water source for the many waterfalls throughout the valley. 2. Dovedale  Stroll along the river Dove, take a hike up thorpe cloud or make your way across the stepping stones. Dovedale is a great day out. Use post code DE6 2AX for a large car park 10 minutes walk from the stepping stones. 3. Chee Dale  From the car park, walk along the river Wye, there are so many natural wonders to see along the way. You will come across several sets of stepping stones you must cross. Chee Dale and the River Wye runs under the monsal trail. You can make your way up to the monsal trail at many of the viaducts along the river path to make your return journey to the ca