Hayling Island

Dear Mummy, there’s nothing better than a trip to the beach to get rid of winter cobwebs.

It’s not often that we get a trip to the beach so we jumped at the chance to head down to Hayling Island in Hampshire to see Grandpa and Granny. They live on the coast right next to the beach which is lovely.




The weekend was surprisingly mild, so after lunch we headed out to see the sea. The wind whipped around my little ears so I wore a hat to keep them warm. Hands stuffed in my pockets I followed daddy across the grassy banks towards the beach huts that lined the stoney beach.


You can usually see right out to the Isle of Wight, but today it’s hazy in the sunlight and the strong wind is causing sea spray clouds. We can see the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth and the sandbanks.


They are lots of people fishing and walking their dogs today and it’s so nice to get out in the fresh air. We don’t stay long though as I’m struggling to walk on the stones and there is nowhere to sit out of the wind, but I gaze at the tiny rock pools and pick up some shells to take home.

Hayling Island 1



My family came down here before mummy became pregnant with me and it brings back memories. It’s lovely to think 3 years later I’m here with them. I wonder where we’ll all be in another 3 years.

Love Bella x


The Little Life of Ickle Pickle

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall


7 thoughts on “Hayling Island

  1. It looks like a lovely beach for you to be able to go and explore, I bet you’re looking forward to being able to go and explore it in the summer when you can have a dip in the sea. I bet you found some interesting shells to bring home with you. Thanks for linking up with Country Kids.

  2. Sorry for being so late with my comment! What a gorgeous place. It’s lovely having family by the sea. And your coat is gorgeous too 🙂 Thanks for linking up with #MyFavouritePlace

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.