The London Design Festival is held each year to promote London as the design capital of the world and as the gateway to the International creative community. This year, Bamford will be celebrating the festival by welcoming three special artisans to our Draycott Avenue store.
Lucy Auge is a young botanical artist whose delicate ink paintings explore the subtle differences of shapes and patterns found in the plants.
In China, Japan, Vietnam and many other East Asian countries, tea is much more than just a drink.
This is a fantastic way of using up ripe tomatoes that are becoming too soft to use for salads.
I am so happy to announce that our new ‘Daylesford To Go’ range is now available in all of our farmshops.
An alarming new study reveals the true price of ‘Antibiotic Addiction’ in farming. Emma Rose from the Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics explains what it means for us all.
Bircher muesli was first developed by Dr Maximilian Bircher-Benner, a Swiss doctor who wanted to create a perfectly balanced breakfast and believed wholeheartedly in increasing ones intake of raw foods.
Summer is drawing to an end and we are now approaching the Autumn Equinox.
Donna Hay is someone who I have long admired for her clean, fresh style and honest approach to natural, delicious food.
Autumn is the time for foraging and I love to head out for long walks with the dogs, looking for foliage and berries to bring inside.
Harvest is now underway at Château Léoube and after a warm dry spring and hot summer, we are hopeful for another good year.