Out of Hibernation

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It can be difficult to feel motivated in January/February, the warm, fuzzy Christmas feeling is well and truly over, you want to feel motivated, but it is still cold and wintery, it is hard to know what to do with yourself. Here at Weird Fish we think it best to get stuck in and embrace the sometimes damp, chilly weather, after all they do say “There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad weather clothing”, so with that in mind grab your favourite cosy jumper, a waterproof jacket, pull on those wellies, and get out there to enjoy the fresh air.

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hero of the month – march 2016

Each month we are picking someone we feel deserves some recognition, be them an established celebrity, or more of a local celeb – We want to thank these everyday heroes for the things they have achieved.

On a visit down to our store in Newquay we stumbled across a sign for cider, being partial to a local tipple we eagerly followed the signs and discovered a neat little place called Haywood Farm. Greeted by the owner Tom Bray, we were instantly bowled over by his enthusiasm for his work, and knew he was our next Hero of the Month.

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the macaroni™ story.

Our most iconic product after our Artist T-Shirts, this bumpy textured knit is instantly recognisable and so popular we have now sold over 1 million of them. Want to know more? Read about how we discovered it, how it is made, and which type of Macaroni™ is best for you.

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how to survive half term

Guest blog from Sue Taylor  – digital editor of Camping and Caravanning Magazine  

School’s out, so now is the perfect opportunity to enjoy quality time with your family. But keeping the kids entertained during the holidays isn’t easy and can be costly too. If you’re staying at home, the internet is a good place to start. Check out your local council and tourist information center websites for information about what’s on in your area. Local leisure centers and museums usually hold special holiday events, so check your local newspaper for details.

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Photo credit to: Alisdair Cuisick

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