Saturday, 28 September 2013

#Countrykids - tree climbing, hulahoops and bonfires

On Monday it was community day here and when I picked the kids up from school they were so excited to come back and join in with the fun. Apparently we have about four of these days each year and I already cannot wait for the next week. It is basically a day where everyone who lives and works here spends the day together and each person does about an hours work to ensure the day runs well and everyone gets fed.

Here are the highlights from when the kids came back -






Probably not your classic #Countrykids post but for us if we had not moved to the countryside we would not have experienced this and it was a blast. JJ and Daddy stayed at the bonfire later than us girls and they said it was fun to sit around and share stories, sing all the national anthems of the nations represented there (probably about 30) and generally have a laugh.

I'm linking up this post to Fiona's Country Kids - click on the badge to head over and see what others have got up to in their Country Kids exploits.

 Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall
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