This is a guest post from Meredith, aged 9, and is an entry into the MAD Blog Awards 2014 Kid Blog of the Year.
“My FAVOURITE way to spend a sunny day outside is…visiting somewhere new with my family.
Here’s what we did when we visited Fort Paull, on the East Yorkshire coast.
I love York. Being from East Yorkshire, York is our second city. We have been visiting since I was a child. For the North of England, it isn’t a cheap city, but there’s always lots of things to do in York, both free or to pay for.
Yorkshire Water invited us to find out more about Brayton Barff, near Selby in North Yorkshire. It is one of the many Yorkshire Water sites which are open to public use.
Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park is in the Park Rose complex just outside of Bridlington at Carnaby. It used to be known as the Park Rose Birds of Prey Centre but has expanded recently and undergone a full rebranding under owners Carl and Claire. We went to visit this week to see what had changed and to meet the new animals.