A hint of Flint and a sprinkle of Asparagus – Clement & Black Wine Tasting

Picture the setting…  A cosy bar in south east London, candlelight,  enthralling conversation, a charcuterie board to write home about and an abundance of great tasting wine. ‘This is not any wine tasting, this is a Clement and Black Wine Tasting.’ As we settled in for the night at Two Spoons in Honor Oak we … More A hint of Flint and a sprinkle of Asparagus – Clement & Black Wine Tasting

Once upon a time, there was a mystical Great North Wood….

Once upon a time, there was a mystical Great North Wood….

There once was a mystical time when south east London was covered in dense green forest.  Today, as you wander these glorious green wooded havens of south-east London, do you wonder who and what may have walked before you in the Great North Wood? … More Once upon a time, there was a mystical Great North Wood….

A new Sunday mooch: A New Market At Myatt’s Fields

There’s a new market in Myatt’s Fields.  Every Sunday the Market aims to bring quality food to local people, and celebrate South London’s finest makers and traders while also playing a big role to help sustain the local economy. Myatt’s Fields and the Loughborough Junction area is a food desert – an area with very … More A new Sunday mooch: A New Market At Myatt’s Fields

Doctors orders this summer: First Aid Box, Herne Hill

First Aid Box (FAB) in Herne Hill – little sister to Shrub and Shutter – packs a mighty fine punch into the world of signature cocktails and food residencies. We ventured down to meet the guys last month, Chris and Dave, owners of Salts of the Earth drink consultancy opened this place following the opening … More Doctors orders this summer: First Aid Box, Herne Hill

“The last thing I wanna do is sneak out at 4am and get my collar felt with a spray can in my hand!” Intro street artist Lionel Stanhope.

Some of you might know him as the guy who has made your south east London community cooler, immortalised in words with street art even.  I now also know him as the dude who painted one of the most memorable pieces of graffiti I recall from when I was a wee little lass growing up on the … More “The last thing I wanna do is sneak out at 4am and get my collar felt with a spray can in my hand!” Intro street artist Lionel Stanhope.