Just outside of Bury St Edmunds you can find the ancient estate of Wyken, boasting all that is wonderful about Suffolk; country lanes, hedgerows, patchwork fields and woodlands.
The use of plant fibres as a material for durable flooring is a tradition that dates back centuries.
A bright, crisp January afternoon took us to Richmond Park. Continue reading
In September the garden at my family home in Norfolk is bursting with fruit.
You may be pleasantly surprised to find this small, smelly farmyard on the edge of The Thames, neatly tucked in behind MI6. Continue reading
Once a year The Natural History Museum plays hosts to a wide array of butterflies and moths in its spectacular tropical enclosure. Continue reading
Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley are a sister duo who have been rewriting the rules of healthy eating. Continue reading
Every first Sunday of the month the Royal Horticultural Society hosts ‘Secret Garden Sundays’, an event bursting with plants, crafts, food and drink.
A cream tea is most definitely my favourite afternoon indulgence. Continue reading