Our resident lifestyle blogger Amanda, aka Ginger Mum, talks about running for Willen Hospice, pumpkin patches and seals on the shore.
Back to school, back to reality!
Well that’s how it feels to me at least. What a long road we’ve travelled these past months – I’m definitely excited to get back into a routine and start functioning somewhat normally again.
Packed lunches done, new shoes labelled, let’s go!
September in MK is packed full of events and happenings, and with only 16 Mondays until Christmas (yep, really!) it’s going to be a busy run up.
Talking of running, the Willen Hospice annual Moo is taking a virtual turn this year, with the All New Moo 2020 on September 12th happening via platforms such as Zoom, Strava and all the usual suspects.
Socially distanced running for a really fun but important annual event.
Anyone running past the official checkpoint will be cheered on with gusto from the Willen team.
Willen Hospice needs our support more than ever, as fundraising in the charity sector has been hit so hard this year, please do choose to Moo!
All the details are at http://www.willen-hospice.org.uk
It won’t be long until local pumpkin patches open their doors but we have corkers like MK heritage open days, which run from 11-20 September and include corkers such as The Urb Farm and The Secret Garden.
Check out http://www.heritageopendays.org.uk for all the details.
So, with October week now looming, I highly recommend a fab new find we discovered during the summer.
Horsey Gap in Norfolk is one of the coolest places we have come across. Seals as far as the eye can see, bobbing cheekily in the water, very close to shore and lolling lazily on the sand feet away from us.
Only around a two hour drive away from MK, who needs abroad this year anyway?
See you in October guys… who knows what craziness 2020 has in store for us here on in!
Don’t forget you can follow my daily musings on my Instagram stories over @gingermumstyle