Station Tavern Cambridge

Cambridge Station was built in 1845, when it was located about a mile away from the city centre. Over the next century and a half Cambridge grew massively, until the station and city became one. Over the last few years, the station and its immediate surroundings have been transformed: CB1 is home to new apartments, office blocks, shops, hotels and eateries.

Only in the last few months has the area that greets visitors when they leave the station begun to take real shape. There are some unfinished sections, in particular the taxi rank, but the new businesses are pretty much fully functioning.

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Day 30: Valentine’s Craft

It’s the time of year once again when the days get a little longer, the spring flowers begin to emerge and my thoughts turn to celebrating Valentine’s Day. I’m not sure I am a hopeless romantic all year round, but I do like to make February 14th special for my loved ones.

I’ve been looking for a Valentine’s craft; something I haven’t tried before. Dainty string hearts caught my eye on Pinterest. They’re quick to make with no mess – perfect for getting the boys involved too. On Day 30 of #100DaysNoTV, we tried some Valentine’s needlecraft.

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Blogging – Time to reflect

I haven’t felt a lot like a blogger lately. Just writing those words makes me a little bit sad; when I began my #100DaysNoTV project, blogging became one of the most important things in my life. In order to look ahead to the future, and stop worrying about the last few months, I decided to write about why I have let things slip, so that I can make sure that 2017 sees the rejuvenation of my blogging life, and I will get #100DaysNoTV back on track. 

Apologies for the lack of photos; nothing seemed quite right for this post.
Normal service will be resumed next time. 🙂

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