June was another busy month for me and Scrapbook Adventures. It brought about more nice weather, fun days out and a couple more glamping stays for the glamping series. Don’t forget to click on the links for each adventure if you want to read more!

I kicked off June by seeing the show Flashdance at Exeter Northcott theatre with my friend Charlie. It was such a good show – we were up and singing and dancing at the end – loved it!

I visited West Bay, home to the BBC’s Boradchurch filming locations. I met up with some friends I made whilst at Bournemouth University and we had a good time exploring the harbour, beach and eating lots of nice naughty food.

Nathan and I took a trip to Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre near Okehampton, Devon. We loved it; having lots of fun on the old-fashioned rides and finding out more about the classic vintage fairground.

After spending a few hours at Dingles Nathan and I fancied cooling off with an ice cream at Roadford Lake. This is a lovely place for a walk and a bit of reflection.

The middle of June saw Nathan and I heading on a glamping adventure to Andrewshayes Holiday Park near Dalwood. We stayed in a glamping pod and had a really enjoyable stay. There was a swimming pool and games room which we took full advantage of! Click here to read more!

We were invited to visit Wildwood Escot near Axminsiter. This was a great, family friendly day out and we loved seeing all the animals and hear about how they are looked after. I enjoyed the birds of prey show the most!

My sister Sarah, neiece Orlagh, nephew Cillian, my Nan and I went on a little caravan holiday together to Brean Sands. We had a lovely time and took away some brilliant memories.

We visited Brean Leisure park which Orlagh thought was amazing! She had so much fun on the rides and we loved watching her having such a good time. Ice creams were a must at the end of the day!

We also went to the caravan sites’ little farm, arcade, to the swimming pool and to the soft play area. All were great fun and tired the little ones (and older ones!) out!

Berrow Beach was a lovely sandy beach to visit. We got stuck in the mud and had very sandy sandwiches – basically the classic British beach visit!

June was also the month of my little nephews Christening in Sussex. He was Christened ‘Cillian John’ and was very patient having his photo taken with lots of the guests! Nathan and I spent the weekend in Sussex, staying in a lovely Air B&B.

We enjoyed exploring National Trust’s Monk House and playing some crazy golf on Brighton Seafront. We treated ourselves to a cheeky Harvester meal too!

Another glamping stay was on the cards – this time it was a solo adventure to The Wood Life in Kenn near Exeter. I stayed in a delightful shepherds hut which had a separate bathing wagon with a bath with the most amazing views. I had such an amazing solo stay and would love to return with Nathan one day!

Nathan and I stayed overnight in a bell tent at Owl Valley Glamping in Bideford, North Devon. We had a great stay, fully immersing ourselves in woodland nature and enjoying the games on offer in the parliament building. Really recommend a stay here!

After staying at Owl Valley Glamping Nathan and I took a trip to Westward Ho – a beautiful large sandy beach where we had some delicious local ice cream!

Our last adventure in June was to Padstow in Cornwall. This is one of my favourite places in Cornwall and I have visited many times. We went for an OK dinner at Burger and Fish and later had ice cream on the harbour.

June was a busy but fun month and we were very lucky to stay at three different glamping places! I think the best thing about this month was my solo stay at The Wood Life – it was just so relaxing and fun!

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