Our Last Minute Christmas Countdown Checklist

As we mentioned in our November blog it’s important to plan and get organised in order to enjoy a simple and stress free Christmas.  So, following on from that we’ve put together a last minute checklist to help you make the most of this wonderful

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Real Bread Week - Celebrating & Campaigning For Real Additive Free Bread

Established in 2010, the Real Bread Week campaign is an annual celebration of real, additive-free bread and the people who make it.  Real Bread week falls between 18th - 26th February 2023.  This campaign aims to encourage people to buy bread from

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Stir Up Sunday & The Perfect Christmas Pudding

With only a matter of weeks until the big day, you may be starting to think about those early preparations and if you are a traditionalist then you’ll want to get your Christmas Pudding underway this month.

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Top Tips For Staying Warm And Cosy This Autumn & Winter

We understand that this Autumn and Winter could be really difficult for a lot of people, especially with the cost of energy, fuel and food, amongst other goods, being more expensive than ever before. Whilst there is a little support from our government, people

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A Helpful Guide To Planting Spring Flowering Bulbs

Early spring flowers will bring colour ahead of the perennials, trees and shrubs and will brighten up your garden ready for the longer, warmer and brighter days.  Bulbs are so versatile, budget friendly and they can be grown in pots, beds, borders and

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The Story Behind The Hot Cross Bun & Why We Eat Them At Easter?

Easter just wouldn’t be the same without Hot Cross Buns. They are deliciously sweet, a little sticky and because they are risen with yeast they are hearty and satisfying. They can be eaten as they are or toasted and slathered in butter.

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