Website is now LIVE guys! 🖥 head to lifewithfraser.com or hit the link in my BIO to check out the site! There are various presets you can purchase ( examples in my highlights )! Also one print is available on the store and I will be adding more at a later date (: 🙏🏻
Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace today! 👑 🐴
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McGlynns - Long gone are the days of Kings Cross being a complete scuzz hole after the mega regeneration, but if you take a stroll off the main drag you can still find some of the more old school pubs and McGlynn’s fits into that criteria. McGlynn’s is a friendly Irish pub with no thrills it still has the classics on draft like fosters and very reasonable priced food menu with the stand out dish for me was a daily roast but no Sunday roast as the kitchen isn’t open. If you want a few quiet scoops before jumping on a train home or before heading off to Scala this could be the pub for you.
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When the alarm goes off at 6am for early morning emails and yoga, it isn't so hard when you're waking up in a place like this. 😋 I loved getting a taste of @hshotels' upcoming wellness retreat with @katielightwellness at Ockenden Manor - the perfect getaway for those that want more than just a spa treatment but an actual holistic experience. Yoga, workshops, pampering and serious Sussex eats. More on @thewordrobe_magazine soon! Hope you all had a good Monday ✨🤗
Enjoying the sunshine at the beach in March!! I still can’t believe coats are off and we are able to dip a toe in the ocean! I actually think it’s this ones first time at the beach! This one is really gorgeous. It is in the New Forest. It is called Fryers Cliff which is just 20 mins from Spindle Cottage and you can hire a gorgeous beach hut there too.
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My tunic is from @lilyandmeclothing which I love!
“All folk lucky enough to live in #England ’s most beautiful can recall one sublime day when they thought, ‘I’m so lucky to live here!’ For me, this was when I was walking #Exmoor ’s coastal path, with a couple of friends, on a sunny May afternoon.” - Hilary Bradt, founder of @bradtguides and author of #NorthDevon and Exmoor. #bradt
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The sun was well and truly out this morning over our village pub, and is still shining, perfect for a pint in the beer garden 😀
Victoria Tower, which was often referred to as the 'docker's clock', was built as an aid to ships in the port, as it allowed them to set the correct time as they sailed from Liverpool out into the Irish Sea, while its bell warned of impending meteorological changes such as high tide and fog.Upon its completion is also served as a flat for the Pier Master. The tower is a grade 2 listed building and no longer in use. Peel holdings have agreed to repair the clock.