What Katy Did

This is where you can find out what I have been doing, and the places I have been to. I hope you enjoy reading about what I get up to. I am out most evenings after school doing various activities, in fact I have such a busy life that I hardly have any spare time, even at the weekends to catch up with things like my website!

At the bottom of this page I put a list of new pages I am working on, so do come back soon and you will be able to view them.

The children’s book “What Katy did” was written by Susan Coolidge in 1872, and being a book fan myself, I decided to name my Web Page which tells you all about what I get up to up to, after it. Susan Coolidge wrote five books loosely based on her own life and that of her family, she used the same editor as Louisa M Alcott, who wrote the extremely popular children’s classic “Little Women” in 1868, whose work she mimicked with great success.

The title of the books and the name of the main character Katy, she took from the Katydid grasshopper found in her native Ohio state, in America. There are 4,000 species of katydids in the world – Just thought you might like to know that.

Just click on the links below and they will open up new pages for you to explore.

Living in a Nordic Tentipi
My trip to the Gambia and Senegal April 2011
My visit to The Living Rainforest April 2010
The HemiHelp Children helping Children Concert 2010
My visit to Buckingham Palace 25th November 2009
On set of Creation Film (Cert. PG) 2009
Echoes 3 Royal Albert Hall London 18th march 2009
Pride of Herts. Beds. and Bucks. Award Ceremony
My Lake District Camping Trip
Bletchley Park The Home of Station X
Hayley Westenra
Proms in the Park Milton Keynes
Classic FM Live Woburn Abbey
Visiting the Horse Trust
Children helping Children Concert 2007
Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum
Rededication of St. Andrews Church Hyde Heath
South Bucks RDA (Riding for the Disabled)
Central Band of the Royal British Legion Fairfield Halls
Race for Life Waddesdon 2009


All About Me
Making my web site

Animal Welfare

Me in Oxford Jail (Only visiting!)