For some reason of late I have forgotten how much there is to do down the bay. We spent many an afternoon walking across the barrage during the summer months and than after out car packed in the distance made it harder to venture too but since having acquired some new wheels we are back to exploring further afield.
There is nothing better than an day spent by the sea and best of all it's a great frugal and free option as we enjoyed a walk around the Bay, running after pigeons, watching boats coming and in and out, visiting the possibly soon to be gone lighthouse ship and watching JCD's and excavators across the water develop the new BBC village.
Near the Norwegian church there is a walkway with various sea life engraved into stone, the little man loved this and with every step was asking what each engraving was from Jelly Fish to Kelp. Even though it was a little bit overcast it turned out to be a lovely day with some dramatic scenes across the water, a very inspiring and refreshing place to be on a crisp winter day.
We had a really fun day and spent about 2 hours just running around and enjoying the fresh air, we treated ourself to a lovely fresh salad rolls and than popped over to Techniquest for some fun sciene based learning, really was an action packed day.
I have linked this in with CountryKids - if you enjoy spending time outdoors why not link up