Over the bank holiday weekend we made the most of our time and did some exploring in new places
We spent Saturday at Alderley Edge – an area maintained by the National Trust which has some fantastic views.
While there we meet up with some friends and had a lovely time exploring and playing together.
On the bank holiday Monday we decided to take Sam and Emily out to the natural caverns in Poole.
These strange stalagmites are formed super fast due to a lime ash dump situated on the ground above them. They are also a ‘Site of special scientific interest’ due to their strange orange coloration that no one seems to be able to explain.
After our trip down into the caves we came up for an explore around Poole – here is Emily pointing the way up to a strange castle shaped folly.
Lots of fun 🙂