I love a bank holiday weekend. It’s the best feeling knowing you get an extra day for family time, relaxing and not having to get early. Added to this that the following week will only have 4 early starts and I’m a very happy mum. The first bank holiday in May is always my favourite as the weather always seems to be beautiful and the spring is in full bloom.
This bank holiday we went to a country fair that visits nearby Morden Hall Park every year and for some reason we’ve never been before. The fair features lot’s of traditional fun like side shows, prize livestock, ferret racing and lots of fabulous food, cider and some huge bouncy castles.
It was quite pricey to get in, so straight away the cider fund was diminished and at £3 a go on the bouncy castle per child we ended up not being able to go on everything we wanted to, but all the shows were great. My favourites were the ferret racing and terrier racing – who doesn’t like to see animals having fun and competing after all!
I took a few pictures of our lovely day out and thought I’d share a few on here…
I wore a 1940s style dress from Lindy Bop and enjoyed a couple of ciders while the girls bounced on numerous bouncy castles. (Not the best photo of me ever!) We also watched these sheep do a few tricks and spotted this super cute pony foal with it’s mum.
I hope you all enjoyed your bank holiday weekends. What did you do?