Over the last few months, I’ve watched a local patch of land transformed into a rather glorious looking local eatery. As soon as I could I took to their website to see if they catered for vegans and made plans to visit asap to tell the people of Sheffield all about The Eight-Foot Way. Here are my honest thoughts.
The people of Sheffield can finally breathe a sigh of relief as the brand new IKEA prepares to open it’s doors and they are doing so in IKEA style! For the three weeks prior to the store’s open they are taking over Sheffield with a wonder tour of events stretching across the city – bringing sunshine and smiles to everyone who visits.
When I was a kid I remember that the only way you could get your bounce on was to hope your parents didn’t catch you jumping on their bed. Luckily kids these days don’t need to do that and they can do their best Tigger impressions in dedicated trampoline parks like the one I visited in Sheffield recently. Here’s what Eban thought about Jump Inc.
Picture the scene. Gents in bracers and hats, ladies in frilly flapper dresses and the soundtrack of the Gatsby era in the background. The Boogie-Woogie happening on the dance floor and everyone having a good time. If you know me then a 1920’s themed night isn’t something I’d normally go for but I was luckily invited to the launch of Manhattan ‘Til Midnight at Marco’s Restaurant in Sheffield.
Eating together as a family has always been a dream of mine. Sitting at the table, discussing the day and fun banter is something I’ve tried to achieve but life doesn’t work like that. Some days Eban will eat a completely separate meal to us because of work or school. So when I was given the offer to eat as a family at Prezzo recently I couldn’t wait.