Anassa Oneill is a name you might not know yet but one that will soon be everywhere. She is proof once again that emerging talent in the music business can shoot straight past all the traditional barriers though the viral power of social media and a loyal fan base, just like Jake Bugg and Justin … Continue Reading
Happy new year to one and all. Hope you had a fabulous time in 2011 and will make 2012 even more successful. Time to make new years resolutions and break them a few days later. Just enjoy yourself, care for your loved ones and be safe!
I would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and hope you all have a fabulous time. This is a time of happiness and joy, so get together with all your family and friends and have a blast! My son keeps singing this classic Christmas carol we all sang at school, so here goes: … Continue Reading
When we were younger, our mum would make peanut brittle in the winter, so I thought I would give it a try and share our childhood treats with my children. I had a look at a few recipes on the internet, but they all involved baking soda. As far as I could remember, mum never … Continue Reading
Tiny snowflakes fell and disappeared as they touched the wet roads, then huge snowflakes flew across the windscreen and everything was white within minutes. Rooftops, trees, grass and cars all covered in glistening white snow. Bright whiteness for miles around, everything looked so beautiful. Watching the snow falling is exciting for children and adults alike. … Continue Reading
My eldest son got his iPod for his birthday when he turned 4 – he is quite good at finding apps from The App Store and can find videos on YouTube. Most of the apps are free and we occasionally buy paid apps for him – but he knows mainly to search for free apps. … Continue Reading
The pleasure of receiving a present is fantastic. But receiving a present from an anonymous person creates great excitement especially when it’s from Secret Santa. Buying the Secret Santa gift can be quite difficult especially trying to stick to a budget. What makes it harder is buying a present for someone you don’t know. Trying … Continue Reading
School nativities are a proud moment for every parent, to watch their child on stage, especially for the first time. The KS1 School nativity was a delight to watch today as it was my son’s first nativity play. A lot of hard work and effort must have been put in by staff to ensure that … Continue Reading
To all those mums out there who cherish their children and want what’s best for them. I’m sure you’ll all agree that health is the single most important thing of them all. Help pampers to give all those newborn babies born in the hardest to reach communities a chance by helping to give away more … Continue Reading
Just came back from The Trafford Centre and wanted to share some of the Christmas decoration images with all of you! Click on the images to view it in full size. Feel free to use the above Trafford Centre images – please link back to Grapeviner.co.uk as the source.