Found near the front of The Exeter Cathedral in Devon, a smaller Lego based cousin can be found.
A team of volunteers are involved in both putting the Lego Cathedral together, and speaking to members of the public about the project. The website nicely sums up the idea behind the project:
The Big LEGO® Build is an exciting project to help members of the project discover and engage with the challenges of maintaining the ‘fabric’ (buildings) at Exeter Cathedral. Thanks to donations from people like you, we have already made progress towards building a 300,000 piece model of the Cathedral from LEGO bricks.
We popped down to have a look while exploring the Exeter Christmas market. While the small one wasn’t keen on adding a brick to the Lego Cathedral herself, as you can see, she was more then up for exploring the Lego Cathedral. (Possibly at risk of appearing as a giant monster compared to the Lego guys.)
More details can be found on the Exeter Cathedral website.
Last Sunday was spent at Prickly Ball Farm, helping to celebrate a friend (and her daughters birthday).
For those who’ve not heard of it, Prickly Ball Farm is found just outside Newton Abbot in Devon, they describe themselves as “the home of hedgehog rescue in the local area”. As well as hedgehog things, play equipment, other animals, and a decent cafe (with gluten free bread rolls) can also be found.
Worth a look.
The Crowds gathering and looking around the Exeter Christmas Market this morning, all in the shadow of the Exeter Cathedral.
By the time lunch time hit, this area was fairly full.
(Note for Exeter Gluten Free People… The Crepe place here does gluten free crepes, which don’t taste like cardboard. Which, in my humble opinion makes this a far better market then last year)
I can’t help but love watching the sun set over the Mid Devon hills.
A moment from our trip today up to Dartmoor in Devon.
The sort of trip where you get enough fresh air, to breathe life back into your soul. In a good way.
Is this a photo of a beautiful sunrise, or is it a comment on congestion into Exeter during rush hour?
Or is it both?
Either way, if any public transport providers would like to use this in their advertising, please feel free to drop me a line on Twitter.
When Little Explorer played with the chickens at Greendale Farm, Near Exeter in Devon.
Well its not finished yet, but this is sunset over the Exeter Ikea.
As it currently stands…
One of a couple of the chickens wondering around by the play area at Greendale Farm near Exeter in Devon. This picture was taken through the fencing around the edge of the play area.
Considering they have loads of really free range chickens in their fields, this guy and his friends must like the extra level of freedom or something.
At the risk of saying something obvious, but the Exeter Ikea seems to have got big!