For those of us who grew up in the eighties, John Candy was a regular part of our childhood, often popping up on our TV screens and delighting us with his comedic roles. The lovable actor and comedian filled the 80s and early 90s with tonnes of classic films, he was a scene stealer, he always stole the show! He had that rare quality of likability, I mean who doesn't love John Candy films?!
Don't we just love our fur babies?! Our best friends, our loyal companions, our worlds. All good dog owners want to give their four legged friends the best life possible, shower them with love, give them an active, healthy and fulfilling life. Who doesn't love seeing their tails wagging and their faces lighting up when you give them a tasty treat?! Well me for one, it filled me with joy when I saw my 12 year old red-fox Labrador licking her lips! But as I found out these treats are one of the worst things you can do to your dog, which we all need to be made aware of.
I was first introduced to Conker's Bad Fur Day a year ago by my gaming-enthusiastic boyfriend, Nigel. When he first described the game to me I thought he can't be serious?! Surely there is not really a game like this! So, out came the game; he was correct, and I found myself thoroughly enjoying the game.
The Sound Of Music, the 1965 classic, the most beloved film musical of all time, loved by generation after generation, with Julie Andrews playing the role of Maria to perfection, and Christopher Plummer splendid as Captain Von Trapp. But it was those seven children which people took to their hearts, especially little Gretl, who stole the show! The cute and adorable 'scene stealer' was played by Kym Karath, an iconic 1960s child star.
Kibworth Beauchamp is a village in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside, located nine miles away from the city of Leicester, and six miles away from the town of Market Harborough.
Market Harborough, a picturesque market town in Leicestershire. Located in the East Midlands region, not too far from the Northamptonshire border. The town is eighty eight miles from the capital, London. Which is easy to get to by train in approximately one hour. With regular trains throughout the day, from the towns station on St. Mary's Road, around a ten minute walk from the town centre.