Hello everyone!

We spent a lovely few hours last week at my favourite seaside town, so I thought I’d share some snaps with you.  I’ve written about Great Yarmouth before, as it has a very special place in my heart.  It can be a bit of an assault on the senses, with crowds of holiday makers, plastic buckets and spades adorning every shop front, loud music and arcades with neon flashing lights.  However there’s something about this retro seaside tackiness that I absolutely love.  It’s like a little capsule of my childhood!  Plus the beach is absolutely beautiful, it’s vast sandy plane stretching out to the North Sea.  The carousel on the end of the pier is one of the prettiest I have ever seen with it’s ice cream shades of pink and mint green.

We had fish and chips on the beach where we sat for a while to people watch (Or in Finn’s case, dig a huge hole!), before wandering down to the pretty pastel beach huts.

The next few days here are going to be super busy, as not only am I helping with some merchandise styling for a new shop that’s opening in Woodbridge, Suffolk, but on Friday I’m heading down to London for a blogger event with Sweet Pea and Willow, then on Saturday it’s Blogtacular again, which has come round so very quickly!  Blogtacular is a conference for creative bloggers in London, and I’m so excited to hang out with other bloggers and learn some new skills in the process.  I’ll be taking my camera but come and find me if you’re on Instagram, as I’ll be posting snaps and clips on my Instagram stories!

My roses from the garden this year have been absolutely gorgeous, I have tons of pictures I want to share with you so do pop back for some garden rose eye candy!

Tamsyn x


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  • Elizabeth Seal

    Your blog is so beautiful, I love it! Gorgeous photos, I adore the eclectic colours and dreamy pastels 😀 the epitome of spring-summer! xx

    elizabeth ♡ ”Ice Cream” whispers Clara
    (lets follow each other on bloglovin or instagram)

  • Such pretty photos. I do love the British seaside and Great Yarmouth also holds a lot of childhood memories for me. It was lovely to be reminded of them. x

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