The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The purpose of the Organization is: “to contribute to peace and security by promoting collaboration among nations through education, science and culture in order to further universal respect for justice, for the rule of law and for the human rights and fundamental freedoms which are affirmed for … More UNESCO
Claire was fed up. The sun was shining and she wanted to go outside, but here she was, stuck in her office, gazing out at the park opposite. She wondered what secrets were hidden behind the wrought iron gates. She felt sure there was more to be found than an expanse of grass and a … More Explore Green Spaces in the sunshine
…………….you’ll be pleased to learn that the 10th July is Pina Colada Day. The term, “piña colada” means “strained pineapple” in Spanish and the piña colada has been the national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978. The traditional recipe for Piña colada is pineapple juice, light rum, and coconut cream poured over crushed ice. #NationalPinaColadaDay … More If you like piña coladas “and getting caught in the rain!”…….
Trek through the lush vegetation…. Peer through the undergrowth to discover treasure…. Stumble upon a hidden village…. Learn about the heritage surrounding you as the ClueKeeper app guides you on the latest Treasure Hunts in London adventure through……Vauxhall. Vauxhall? Yes, Vauxhall. There is more to this area than a dense urban setting. As well as … More Experience the newest self guided adventure by Treasure Hunts in London
The first double-crostic puzzle was published in the Saturday Review in 1934. It was created by Elizabeth Kingsley . Creator Elizabeth Kingsley was born in 1871 in Brooklyn. She attended Wellesley College, which was a private women’s liberal arts college located west of Boston in Wellesley, Massachusetts. She was working as a teacher in 1933 when she attended a Wellesley … More The first double-crostic puzzle
The sun is shining, so it’s time to get outside. Yes, it’s hard to get motivated to go walking when the weather is bad. But now that summer is here there is no excuse to stay inside. Time to brush off the cobwebs and get moving. Walking is one of the easiest and cheapest ways … More Why take a self guided treasure hunt?
If you want to get more out of your next city break, go on a treasure hunt. Why a treasure hunt, and not a guided walk, you may ask. A guided walk will point out interesting features but a heritage-based treasure hunt has so much more to offer. It is a walk through history while solving … More Get more out of your city break
Annual celebration Credit for the annual celebration is usually attributed to Mrs Sonora Dodd. Mrs. Dodd’s mother had died during childbirth, leaving her father, William Jackson Smart, to raise his five sons and daughter on his own. In 1910, she attended a Mother’s Day church service and decided that her father had made just as much … More Celebrate Father’s Day
This year help your dad to release his inner Indiana Jones by taking him on a Treasure Hunts In London adventure. Father’s Day Treasure Hunt Taking place on Sunday 18th June 2017, this is an afternoon exploring the area around Piccadilly followed by drinks in a Listed building. The theme of this heritage hunt is Naughty or Nice … More Treasure Hunt on Father’s Day
The UK has been rocked by the third terror attack in the space of three months. On the same weekend as thousands of people head to Manchester for a tribute concert to remember those killed there during the 22 May attack, London was hit by another attack. Previous attacks Whenever I hear the appalling news that another … More My city under attack