I recently took a drive south west to visit the beautiful flat lands of Cheddar, Somerset. A lovely getaway where time was filled with cheese tasting, gorge climbing, cave exploring and reading myths of Tor’s and witches. Rosanna Head The reason for the visit was to meet the couple behind the Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company, … More Weekend trip to Cheddar to visit Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company
Edible Rotherhithe is a community food growing, gardening and arts charity based in Southwark. They are a local project that works between schools, educational facilities and community centres, to offer food growing, gardening and arts & crafts workshops for children and adults. Rosanna Head We spoke to Christina Nilsen Wheatley, Trustee, Edible Rotherhithe who told us … More Creating Change, Growth and Enablement: Edible Rotherhithe, Southwark
These past few months have proved to be a challenge. What we’ve had to be is mindful of taking time out to switch off, relax and reward ourselves care. That’s where this story comes in. I recently had an inspiring natter with Dan from Lewisham Tea Company about the tea (of course) and how this … More From sipping builders tea to building a tea empire; Daniel Grey’s accidental tea company
#SpotlightOn Artist Helena Hunter as she exhibits ‘Falling Birds’ highlighting the alarming decline of bird species around the world on show at the Horniman Museum 19 Sept 2020 – 10 Oct. With fantasy dinner guest like Lynn Margulis, Rachel Carson and Octavia E. Butler – that would be a meal to remember… … More #SpotlightOn Artist Helena Hunter Exhibition at Horniman Museum This September
COVID-19 means employee mental health can no longer be an after-thought for any type of business. Employee health and well-being is often an afterthought for businesses. However, all will have to change following the pandemic according to Professor of Management Dr. Argyro Avgoustaki from ESCP Business School. Through the radical changes in employees´ work and … More Look after your employees – COVID-19 means mental health can no longer be an after-thought
Two of the biggest plights thrust into the spotlight during lockdown were isolation and the availability of food. Long before anyone had heard of Covid-19 or understood furlough in it’s modern context, the team at FoodCycle Lewisham were tackling these issues. FoodCycle Lewisham opened in 2016 aiming to serve as many people in the community who … More A passion for food and a platform to fight loneliness – FoodCycle Lewisham
The schools may have gone back but that doesn’t mean lockdown is easing. As we move into another week, we’ve yet another restriction to follow to keep us all safe. Gyms have re-opened, but how confident are you about returning to the gym or are you thinking about a starting a new membership? Our resident fitness … More Back to life, school and the gym?
2021 is set to be a year of discovery with international travel and cuisine, as research reveals a third of Brits think they have become more adventurous as a result of Covid-19… … More Has lockdown made you more adventurous?
British Food Fortnight is fast upon us and what with the resurgence of the nations ability and show of love for #EatOutToHelpOut, Love British Food Ambassadors are calling on you to instil and support our homegrown suppliers across the nation and tell us who has the most inspirational take on British food and drink. Now … More Love Local Food and Drink? Support British Food Fortnight This September
This summer during lockdown, new hobbies have emerged, old ways may have reared their ugly heads and for some, new businesses and projects will have flourished. For south east London based artist Michael Ludlam, lockdown meant more time on his hands to dust off the ol’paintbrushes and get painting again. Claire Foster Tell us about … More #SpotlightOn Artist Michael Ludlam