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Country Kids- A breath of the New Year

Exploring the new Eastern Promenade

Our first New Year’s Day in South Wales and friends introduced us to the tradition of clearing the cobwebs at Barry Island.

Tradition adopted this was my non-negotiable for this break, with the hubby juggling hospital visits and getting his mum’s flat ready for her return we have had a difficult time enjoying family togetherness.

And we could not have expected what a great remedy our new year would bring.Exploring the new Eastern PromenadeWith the Eastern promenade renovation complete it was fantastic to explore the beach huts and the typographic traversing wall. The little people loved exploring the letters, fossils, vehicles and shapes before the climbing effort began.Barry Island Traversing WallAs always, it is the simple things which create the memories and the favourite activity on the Eastern Promenade was standing by the wall as the waves crashed, enjoying the excitement as the spray caught us and others off guard.Barry Island

Barry IslandThen it was down to feel the sea proper, to explore the beach, and as always it was straight to the water and enjoying the strength of the sea and the sound of waves around us.Barry IslandTo stand back and appreciate how much fun our team now have, that they can be left to create their own adventures, with vivid imaginations, as we get to enjoy the laughter and their excitement.Barry IslandAnd fortunately for us, unlike all other trips to the sea, this one didn’t result in their clothes getting soaked.

Instead we got the other special treat the children associate with Barry Island- a chippy tea!Chips on Barry Island PromenadeThe bar is well and truly set for 2015, adventures and mayhem are welcome here.
Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

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    Jaime Oliver
    January 3, 2015 at 11:41

    What a fantastic adventure to start the new year!! I am wishing you and yours a fantastic New Year!
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    Coombe Mill
    January 3, 2015 at 11:44

    This looks like a brilliant way to start your new year off. Barry Island is such a great family place and the colourful beach huts look so inviting for a great place to spend a day. It looks like the kids started their year off having plenty of fun and laughter and a day full of adventures. Thanks for linking up with me on Country Kids.
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    Galina V
    January 4, 2015 at 11:33

    Brilliant bright cheerful photos and great memories! Fab way to start a new year. Happy new year!
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      Debbie
      January 5, 2015 at 00:42

      Thank you, I hope yours continues well. x

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    Adventure Togs
    January 5, 2015 at 14:24

    Aww, what lovely photos. Looks like the perfect start to the New Year 🙂
    #countrykids

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      Debbie
      January 13, 2015 at 22:51

      It really is good to breathe the sea air!

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