Yesterday The Queen issued her message to the nation on the coronavirus outbreak. As well as expressing her thanks for “the expertise and commitment of our scientists, medical practitioners and emergency and public services” the statement said “We are all being advised to change our normal routines and regular patterns of life for the greater… More Changes to our regular patterns of life
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson began his press conference from Downing Street by saying “It is clear that coronavirus continues and will continue to spread across the world and our country over the next few months…..it is now a global pandemic and the worst public health crisis for a generation.” At the same time my… More “A global pandemic and the worst public health crisis for a generation.”
I’m finally ready to launch the social group “City Adventurers” and will be blogging about our adventures on the alternative website https://cityadventurers.wordpress.com/ as well as here. Please visit us and subscribe to my blogs.
Some City Adventurers gathered to work out who bumped off Dr Dogood with a cricket bat before welcoming in the new year with a great curry at E4 Fusion. Mariam at E4 Fusion is lovely and make everyone feel right at home. She is more than happy to offer food recommendations based on your preferences… More Murder Mystery at New Year
Happy New Year City Adventurers! Here’s to sharing some great adventures in the coming months
A chance to play detective at an interactive murder mystery near Southampton.
Happy New Year from everyone at City Adventurers, Invitation To Events, Treasure Hunts In London, Solve The Murder and The ITM Games Group
Do you ever dance like nobody’s watching? The phrase has been attributed to a variety of people including Mark Twain, Satchel Paige, and William Purkey. But who actually started it and why? Quote Investigator give a detailed investigation of who quoted it and who (wrongly) attributed it. They cite songwriters Susanna Clark and Richard Leigh as… More Dance Like Nobody’s Watching
The first thing I noticed was the lack of emails. It was as if my inbox had died. A day with nothing, not even junk mail. What could be wrong? Then mail started to arrive. Only it was mail from days ago. Just like Groundhog Day, my inbox appeared to be stuck in some sort of time… More Dude, where’s my email?