September is no longer synonymous with back to school fever alone.
It’s become the month for the UK to go mad hosting local food festivals and events. Whereas years ago we’d have had summer county fairs with farmers showing off their prize cattle and competitions for best veg, nowadays a local food festival mostly [Read on...]
Treating someone to a special day out can solve the problem, what to give someone rather than material “stuff”.Dare devil stuff like rally driving and paragliding is often associated with experience gifts however more every day activities such as beauty treatments and cookery classes are often offered too.
We were invited to try [Read on...]
Westfield Stratford City is dangerously close to home. I can be there door to door inside 15 minutes.
I have my own parking space outside Waitrose and am not far off from doing a Tom Hanks à la The Terminal and moving in.
With much delight, joined by a bunch [Read on...]
Christmas may nearly be upon us but with the mild weather we’ve had until the past week, autumn is still very much in my head.
Review of Peppa Pig World, at Paultons Park on the edge of the New Forest. [Read on...]
The Goodyear Blimp will tour the skies in 20 European countries during 2011 to highlight the Goodyear brand at various consumer based activities and events. [Read on...]
Here is a quick 2 minute video of my recent day out in Whitstable, Kent. After my last film showing you the beach and harbour, today’s clip is all about the independent shops – who currently have an array of Easter and royal wedding window displays. [Read on...]
“Postcard from” is my occasional series of non-recipe weekend posts. Today’s postcard comes from the View Tube, a social enterprise and community project overlooking the London 2012 Olympic site.
“Postcard from” is my occasional series of weekend non-recipe posts. Martha Stewart has nearly 2,000,000 Twitter followers but only follows around 8,000 users herself. Today she started following me. If she reads this [Read on...]