18 Dec 2017


THE FOOL is the first card of the Major Arcana in a 78 card deck of Tarot.There are 22 Major Arcana cards and they are there to illustrate human consciousness - the most significant people and events, and the more spiritual side of life. The fool isn't numbered, it is zero, representing the very beginning of something fresh.

11 Dec 2017


I'M NO EXPERT.......

Although I have owned several packs of Tarot cards for quite a few years now, and know a few things, I have never really mastered the art of reading them properly. I get so far with studying them, then end up becoming busy and caught up with the daily grind of life, forget everything I have learned and don't pick the cards up again for quite a while. Whilst I am recovering from surgery at the moment, I have found myself with lots of time on my hands, so I decided now would be a good time to pull out these gorgeous cards that were a recent gift from my husband for my birthday back in October, and endeavour to learn them inside and out, so eventually I won't have to refer to the book when I read! 

Fancy coming along on this journey with me?

19 Oct 2017


I suppose it can be pretty difficult to put yourself first without looking completely selfish to others, but take it from one who knows, constantly putting your own wants and needs on the back burner in order to facilitate the smooth running of someone else's life, can only lead to feelings of deep resentment and unhappiness within yourself! What I have learned personally, is that by always being at the beck and call of others, you will eventually achieve nothing but a personal melt down!  If you don't nourish your own mind, body and soul/spirit first, then how can you ever hope to be of any use or benefit to anyone else?

18 Oct 2017


It is always said that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and this is certainly true in the home of a witch, especially one who is constantly working with herbs and oils to create healing balms, teas and potions! However, kitchen magick goes beyond just herb work, and can be applied in the preparation of our daily food and drink! When you are about to prepare food for yourself and your family, begin by filling your mind with loving and thankful thoughts. Express your gratitude to Mother Earth for providing for us, and giving us the gift of foods which nourish our bodies and keep us healthy and alive!

15 Oct 2017


Yesterday we paid yet another visit to one of our favourite places....Gauntlet Eagle and Vulture park. At a rough guess, this is probably our tenth general visit, and a couple of years ago I received a Falconry Experience day as a birthday gift. Click here to take a look at the photos from that wonderful day!

You are more or less free to wander as you please and take a look at the birds and other animals at Gauntlet (bearing in mind that some of the birds might vanish for a little while if someone is on an experience day), but they do also run an itinerary of flying displays, meet and greet and Vulture feeding and info talks throughout the day.

1 Oct 2017


Fred Dibnah was a Steeplejack from the town of Bolton in Lancashire. He also had a keen interest in steam engines and Victorian engineering. Fred was often heard proclaiming himself a 'Victorian in modern times' and always felt that at being born in 1938, he came into this world 100 years too late!

Fred's dedication to keeping steam power alive and educating people on how the country fuelled its industry historically. He was awarded two honorary engineering Doctorates and an MBE from the Queen. Click here to read more about Fred on Wikipedia.

We recently booked in on a tour of Fred's former home in Bolton, which has now become the Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre, and we thoroughly enjoyed our time there! I was joined by my partner Stu and my dad and we were thrilled to be the only ones on that particular afternoon tour!

Take a look at some photos from our visit!

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