Meet T Rex and the Tree People in Scarborough and discover the wonders of the Dinosaur coast

The annual Yorkshire Fossil Festival in Scarborough on September 22 to 24 is a weekend of free, fossil-focussed, family-friendly fings to do…(Ok, I’ll stop with the alliteration) And it all takes place at the Rotunda, one of the world’s first … Continue reading Meet T Rex and the Tree People in Scarborough and discover the wonders of the Dinosaur coast

Brighton Buzzes this weekend with Pride

Once a year Brighton erupts in an extravanance of colour and glorious good feeling. Pride is vibrant and noisy and over the top in the best possible way. Shops compete with one another in their displays – the Co-Op funeral parlour always puts on a good show – and this year Brighton & Hove buses are celebrating Pride in an original way. They have commissioned artists Art+Believe – famous for bringing to life communal spaces – to work their magic on the Old Steine bus shelter directly in front of Brighton’s inconic Pavilion. Graphic artist Daniel Doherty of Art+Believe said: … Continue reading Brighton Buzzes this weekend with Pride

Do you pack paperbacks or an ereader? Three quarters of British holidaymakers have a very strong preference

It’s often said that ebooks give you the freedom to take an entire library away on holiday, but, despite the ovbious benefits, recent research reveals that British holidaymakers prefer lugging paperbacks with them rather than read off a screen. When … Continue reading Do you pack paperbacks or an ereader? Three quarters of British holidaymakers have a very strong preference