'from you to me' Blog

The Story Behind Mothering Sunday and Mothers Day

We all know we love our Mums, Moms and Mummys every day of the year, but the annual focus on all Mothers in the UK and Ireland is fast approaching with Mothering Sunday on the 26th March this year. (As we will explain, other countries celebrate on different dates throughout May.) We were investigating where Mothering Sunday evolved from and we have found some interesting facts and stories … have…

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A warm welcome to our Head Office. Let’s Find Out More About Neil …

We welcome you to the from you to me Head Office, where we have pinned down (not literally) the founder to answer some incredibly important questions as part of celebrating 10 years of preserving cherished moments and enriching lives.  Here is your chance to learn a little more about him. Your name? Adrian Neil Coxon – yes I blame my parents for being called by my middle name! Actually my brother…

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10 years of capturing memories

We all love a celebration and the great family stories created around birthdays are always worth remembering … and after 10 years of helping everyone capture their own life stories we are now enjoying our own big birthday.   We are based in Bradford on Avon in the south-west of England and are 10 years old on February 15th 2017. We have spent the last 3653+ days creating award-winning gifts to help everyone…

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8 tips to make #WalktoSchool Week fun and healthy

As #WalktoSchool Week kicks off, we’ve taken a look at all the benefits of getting those little legs walking, rather than jumping in the car to be chauffeured. Why not take part and join over a million pupils and their families to celebrate walking to school? Research has shown that the benefits to children are profound – challenge everyone in your school to walk every day during Walk to School…

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Secrets of health and happiness: worms and walks

At last the sun is shining and everyone’s getting excited and motivated. The health campaigns have kicked off, and we are all being urged to get fit and in touch with nature. But where do you start? Health and wellbeing campaigners are an opportunistic bunch. They like to catch us at our most vulnerable. The terrifying thought of the flesh-baring holidays provides the chance to get us motivated for fitness. And…

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