Today we visited and climbed into the large burnt oak in Lloyd Park.
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Today we returned to Addington Hills lookout for a day of tree camping, reading and picnicking. It was particularly enjoyable reading “The Gruffalo” from our treetop house. We then headed down the hill to visit the play area in Lloyd Park.
Today we headed out to Crystal Palace Park to meet some friends and participate in a spot of pedal boating on the lake.
Today we headed over to the Rookery on Streatham Common for a picnic with family and a paddle in the outdoor pool. We had the pool to ourselves.
Today we headed down to Brockwell Park to take a ride on the miniature railway; it also happened to be Lambeth County Fair.
Today we visited “Chessington World of Adventures” with nursery. We enjoyed seeing the animals (including Lions, Tigers, Gorillas, Giraffes and Rhinos) and going on some of the rides.
I was lucky enough to watch the RAF 100 centenary flypast from the bank of the River Thames whilst walking between sites today. It was amazing to see so many different types of aircraft and some impressive formation flying.
Elias and I have been working on rebuilding this shelter in South Norwood Country Park – it’s in a lovely little clearing just off the main track in the Northern sector.
Today we headed down to the Softplay facility at Beckenham Spa. Although a little bit pricey it is a good indoor local option when the weather isn’t great. It was much quieter now that the older children have gone back to school.