When the telephone rang with an invitation to stay at the newly refurbished Chesters Stables we jumped at the chance. Over the past few months we have been keenly watching the development of the former stable block. Like most people when you imagine a stable, you probably picture something far from Chesters Stables. The sandstone building Read more
This book has been written by our friend Liam, who is a teacher. It is perfect for anyone trying to better understand the anxiety children can face. The proceeds go to the charity Aware NI to promote mindfulness and mental health awareness in Northern Ireland. As many of our Wild Dog followers know, Kevin and Read more
I came across this little snippet of a Michael Moore documentary on education in Finland, where the main aims of education are to: • teach children how to be happy. • teach children how to learn not what to learn. • teach the children to be kind and respectful of others. In Finland they no longer do standardised testing Read more
Hey folks, Great news! Kev has been nominated for a Visit England Tourism Superstar Award… cue a trip to London a couple of weeks ago! Kev had to do a short film, along with the rest of the top ten finalists. To vote for Kev you have to scroll to the bottom of the page, below the Read more
January is named after Janus, the Roman God of beginnings, gates and doorways. Janus has a face, on the front and the back of his head, seeing into the future and into the past. The first month of the Julian calendar was dedicated to him as this was the beginning of the new year. Read more
We are delighted to be returning to Senhouse Roman Museum on Saturday the 13th August for a Roman and Celt day. We will discussing military life for both the Romans & Celts, domestic life, gender roles and beliefs. Call in and say hello!