Attempts were made to make Father’s Day an official holiday by introducing a bill to Congress in 1913. It was approved by US President Woodrow Wilson, however, Congress worried that the new holiday would be too commercialized and so defeated two attempts to formally recognize the holiday. Stopping just short of issuing a national proclamation,… More Making Father’s Day an official holiday
Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of #Sherlock Holmes, was born in Edinburgh on 22 May 1859 Trained as a doctor at Edinburgh University in 1881, Arthur Conan Doyle divided his time between medicine and writing. His career included being a writer and a journalist, as well as being a surgeon on a whaling boat and a medical officer on a… More Arthur Conan Doyle – Born on 22 May
Love Midsomer Murders? You bet you do….. Love Cluedo? Of course…. Now combine the two and you have the Cluedo Midsomer Murders Edition Board Game ! The body of wealthy businesswoman Elizabeth Jones has been found in Badger’s Drift and the police suspect foul play. Your task is to find out who killed Elizabeth Jones Rumour has it that Elizabeth… More A murder mystery board game to play with the family.
A little murder mystery to see in the new Year. It has been a year since the mysterious death of Maria. Sir Mortimer, her husband, has called the family together with a promise of a revelation. But at least one person wants him to remain silent….. Set at the end of the Great War, this… More A New Years Revelation
The book on social team-building and finding fun for city adventurers will be launched at the end of September 2015