This year’s Summer Festival was a fantastic celebration of organic food, farming, craft and cookery.
The doors are now open at our new farmshop on Blandford Street and we’ve had a busy few days welcoming in new customers.
I have always believed that the future of good, healthy food lies with our children and so I was interested to read about Jamie Oliver’s new Food Revolution campaign, which is fighting for better food education in schools.
Amelia Freer is a fantastic nutritional therapist whose new book, Eat, Nourish, Glow, I am particularly enjoying.
I’m looking forward to the opening of the Chelsea Flower Show this Tuesday and in particular seeing the Chatsworth House show garden.
Fortnum & Mason is one of my favourite department stores and so I am thrilled that we have now opened an outpost of our Bamford Haybarn Spa at the Piccadilly store
I have a great passion and respect for the animals on our farm and their welfare has always been one of our key concerns.
I like the sound of a new photography exhibition that celebrates the humble pencil, as used and donated by people like David Bailey and Zandra Rhodes.
Make the most of the rhubarb season with this recipe for Rhubarb and apple butter, which is great for adding on top of chia puddings, porridge or toasted rye bread.
Madeleine Shaw is a nutritional health coach who will be joining us at the Summer Festival to demonstrate a handful of favourite recipes from her new cookbook Get The Glow
Jez Taylor, who heads up Daylesford’s Market Garden, has provided some great gardening tips for Natasha Corrett’s website HonestlyHealthyfood.com.
2015 is the UN International Year of Soils and to celebrate, the Centre For Contemporary Art And The Natural World set up a competition for artists to apply for residencies throughout the UK.
This month sees the launch of London Craft Week – a fantastic new initiative that will celebrate the capital’s long-held artisan traditions and thriving community of craftsmen.
I was recently given the most beautiful photograph by a food artist called Amber Locke and wanted to share some of her works with you on my blog.
A cook at heart, Natasha is always updating her site with new healthy recipes and I particularly liked the sound of her foraged nettle soup.
This year’s festival takes place at the farm on Saturday 16th May and is all about ‘Celebrate Organic.’
I always look forward to the Collect fair, which is a good place to find exciting works by some of the world’s leading contemporary craft makers and designers.
Like us, the team at Wilderness are incredibly passionate about food and we are thrilled to be partnering with their cookery school to present a packed programme of talks, demonstrations, workshops and practical cookery classes.
For anyone interested in bees, beekeeping, honey, gardening or nature, there is an interesting new Sunday session taking place at the cookery school in July.