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The Green Edit Easy tips for the eco-friendly traveller  By Juliet Kinsman With Global warming being on the agenda at this year's Climate Summit, come to think of it when isn’t it! As much as we are all dying to start travelling again after more than a year in lock down, most of us are… Continue reading Travel

Blog, Makes

Tie- dye is the retro trend everyone wants for their homes in 2021

Tie dye patchwork throw originally made for Simply Sewing Magazine Stylist Loves arrived in my inbox this morning with lots of lovely Tie Dye products you can buy for your home. As we are still in lock down with time on our hands, I will show you some very easy ways to create your own… Continue reading Tie- dye is the retro trend everyone wants for their homes in 2021

Blog, book review, Book Reviews, Uncategorized

Keeping Hens

A chatty Guide to Chickens by Jane Furnival with Andy and Will Tribble Will Tribble, the son of the other two authors, sums up the book very succinctly thus: ‘If you have purchased a book called Keeping Hens solely for information about keeping hens, all you need to know are two things. The first is… Continue reading Keeping Hens

Blog, Features

Choice Calendars for 2021

This has been a strange year to say the least, but with optimism in the air and thought of next year being better I have picked out some interesting, funny and beautiful calendars for you. Most have been designed by small independent designers, who have found it increasingly difficult to sell their wares during Lockdown.… Continue reading Choice Calendars for 2021

Blog, Exhibitions

Rite of Passage by Leila Alaoui

This small exhibition is the first major UK retrospective of Leila Alaoui, photographer, video artist and activist.   I was lucky enough to visit this exhibition before the second Covid lockdown. I am so pleased that I did, the images are amazing. The Exhibition will be open again after the end of this lockdown until… Continue reading Rite of Passage by Leila Alaoui